Russian Helicopters To Replace Western Engines

Kamov Ka-62
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Russian Helicopters is preparing to replace Western-made engines on its products, with plans to test domestic powerplants on the Kamov Ka-226 and Ka-62 and Kazan Ansat as soon as 2023. “The import substitution efforts received the highest priority [within the company],” Ravil Khakimov, deputy CEO of...

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