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Russian Helicopters Brings Four to Dallas

By Staff Writer | February 12, 2012
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During Heli-Expo 2012, Russian Helicopters (Booth 3422) will have on display what it considers to be “the most suitable and attractive” helicopters for the North American market.

Russian Helicopters is bringing a group of four helicopters that are well-suited for the North American market, including this light Mi-34C1, which made its first appearance at MAKS in late 2011.  Photos courtesy of Russian Helicopters


For the manufacturer’s third Heli-Expo visit, Russian Helicopters is showcasing the Mi-8/17, the coaxial Ka-32A11BC, the light Mi-34C1, and the multi-role Ka-226T. Russian Helicopters’ newest variant, the light Mi-34C1—which took its first public flight during MAKS 2011 in Moscow—is making its first appearance at Heli-Expo.





Also on display will be the coaxial Kamov Ka-32A11BC at the Russian Helicopters booth, number 3422.

CEO Dmitry Petrov notes that the company has been “seeing more interest toward Russian rotorcraft, both from traditional operators from Latin America and North American commercial companies and individuals.”



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