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Safran-powered Indian LUH completes first flight

Safran-powered Indian LUH completes first flight

The first flight of Safran’s Ardiden 1U engine, powering the Indian LUH (Light Utility Helicopter), took place on 6 September in Bangalore. LUH is a new three-ton, single-engine, multipurpose rotorcraft designed by Hindustan Aeronautics Ltd. (HAL). The Ardiden 1U met all the performance targets set for this maiden flight. “This flight marks a major milestone… Read more »

Source: Safran, 23-Sep-16

More Ardiden power on new Indian helicopters

More Ardiden power on new Indian helicopters

Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL) Light Combat Helicopter (LCH) will be powered by the Ardiden 1H1 engine from Turbomeca (Safran, booth #B2.1 – Hall B). This new twin-engine military aircraft will take part in the flying display at Aero India air show in Bangalore. Turbomeca will also power the new HAL- designed LUH (Light Utility Helicopter),… Read more »

Source: Turbomeca, 19-Feb-15

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Turbomeca at Airshow China: high performance engines tailored to Chinese market

Turbomeca at Airshow China: high performance engines tailored to Chinese market

Turbomeca (Safran) is showcasing its innovative products for helicopter market at Airshow China 2014, from 11th to 16th November 2014. Two mockups will be featured at the Safran booth (Hall 1, D3-6): Ardiden 3C and Arrius 2 turboshaft engines. Developed in 50/50 partnership with Avic Engine, Ardiden 3C was ground tested for the first time… Read more »

Source: Turbomeca, 10-Nov-14

Turbomeca at HeliRussia 2014

Turbomeca at HeliRussia 2014

Turbomeca (Safran) will display two of its latest products, the Ardiden 3G – the new member of the Ardiden family selected to power the new Russian Helicopters Kamov Ka-62 – and the 2,100 to 2,600shp shaft horsepower RTM322. The Ardiden is designed to deliver 1,400 to 2,000 shp to helicopters in the five to eight-ton… Read more »

Source: Turbomeca, 23-May-14

MAKS 2013 – Turbomeca and Russian Helicopters sign MoU for Ka226T and Ka62 engine support

MAKS 2013 – Turbomeca and Russian Helicopters sign MoU for Ka226T and Ka62 engine support

Turbomeca (Safran) and Russian Helicopters (a subsidiary of Oboronprom, part of State Corporation Rostec) today announced that they have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on the opening of a new Maintenance Centre. In the frame of this agreement, Russian Helicopters will provide maintenance Level 1 and 2 activities on Turbomeca engines operated by the… Read more »

Source: Russian Helicopters, 28-Aug-13

Russian Helicopters orders 40 Ardiden 3G to power the Ka-62

Russian Helicopters orders 40 Ardiden 3G to power the Ka-62

During the Heli Russia Air Show, Russian Helicopters, JSC has formally placed on Turbomeca (Safran group) the first order for the delivery of 40 serial Ardiden 3G engines for the Ka-62. This first lot of 40 engines will be delivered to Russian Helicopters over a period of two years. Such order materializes the first step… Read more »

Source: Turbomeca, 20-May-11

Updated Ka62 will have Turbomeca Ardiden 3G engines

Updated Ka62 will have Turbomeca Ardiden 3G engines

Russian Helicopters, JSC and French Turbomeca (Safran group), have signed contracts for the supply of at least 308 Turbomeca Ardiden 3G turbo shaft engines to be installed on the updated Ka-62 helicopter. This announcement follows the ‘protocol of intentions’ contract signed on 21 February 2010, outlining the development and delivery of the Safran engines for… Read more »

Source: Turbomeca, 27-Apr-11

Russian Helicopters choose Turbomeca Ardiden 3G engine for Kamov Ka62

Russian Helicopters choose Turbomeca Ardiden 3G engine for Kamov Ka62

The Turbomeca Ardiden 3G engine has been chosen by Russian Helicopters, JSC for the upgraded Ka-62, in the frame of the Protocol of Intentions signed on January, 21st. Offering a high growth potential, this state-of-the-art engine is the response for the strongly expanded five up to eight tons helicopters market. In January 2010 a group… Read more »

Source: Russian Helicopters, 27-Feb-10

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Maiden Flight of HAL’s Dhruv Helicopter Featuring Twin Ardiden 1H1 Engines

Source: Turbomeca, 11-Feb-09

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