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Yuri Trutnev demonstrated the production of Ka-52 helicopters and reported on the progress of work on civilian Ka-62

 During his working trip to the Primorsky Territory, Deputy Prime Minister of the Russian Federation - Plenipotentiary of the President of the Russian Federation in the Far Eastern Federal District Yuri Trutnev visited OJSC Arsenyevskaya Aviation Company Progress named after Sazykin ". According to the press service of the plenipotentiary, the company presented him with production capacity, informed about plans for the development of the plant, and also demonstrated the flight of the Ka-52 Alligator combat reconnaissance and attack helicopter.

In addition to the production of the Ka-52, the company develops and prepares for production its marine version - the Ka-52K. The AAK Progress plant will also produce a new civilian medium helicopter Ka-62. Its first customers include the Brazilian company Atlas Táxi Aéreo and the Colombian company Vertical de Aviacion.

“The Deputy Prime Minister was informed about the progress of the pilot project for the assembly of the Ka-62 helicopter, which will be the first civilian helicopter in the enterprise. Currently scheduled test flights of the new helicopter, "- said in a statement.

As a result of the inspection, Yury Trutnev noted the high level of the enterprise's work, and also stressed its important city-forming function. "The work of Progress is a good example of a well-organized production. I am convinced that in the future the plant's products will occupy a worthy niche in the sphere of civil aviation, "he said.

Today. in Vladivostok, Yury Trutnev will hold a meeting on the development of the forest industry in the Far East.

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