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Russian Helicopters name two Ukrainian enterprises performing “illegitimate overhauls” on M-17V5s

Russian Helicopters name two Ukrainian enterprises performing “illegitimate overhauls” on M-17V5s

Russian Helicopters Holding Company considers it necessary to warn that Ukrainian aircraft repair enterprises are carrying out illegitimate overhaul of Mi-17V-5 helicopters and thereby endangers the lives of the American and Afghan soldiers that are operating these helicopters. According to the received information about the arrival of two Mi-17V-5 helicopters of the Afghan Air Force… Read more »

Source: Russian Helicopters, 08-Dec-20

Aviakon modernizes helicopters for the Armed Forces of Ukraine

Aviakon modernizes helicopters for the Armed Forces of Ukraine

UKROBORONPROM SE Konotop Aircraft Repair Plant “Aviakon” – together with scientific institutions of the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine – diversifies components of Russian production, modernizing Mi helicopters for the Armed Forces of Ukraine. For the purpose of import substitution program implementation – particulary in providing units for Mi-24 EMS, specialists of the enterprise developed… Read more »

Source: Ukroboronprom, 31-Aug-17

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Aviakon to repair five Mi-8s for Ukrainian Army

Aviakon to repair five Mi-8s for Ukrainian Army

The Aviakon Aircraft Repair Plant (Konotop, Sumy region) will conduct major overhaul of five Mi-8 multi-purpose helicopters for the Armed Forces of Ukraine (see full story)

Source: Interfax, 15-Oct-12

Re-engined Mi-8MTV claims new time-to-climb record

Re-engined Mi-8MTV claims new time-to-climb record

Ukraine company Aviakon has recently been conducting some flight tests of a the Mi-8MTV fitted with the new TV3-117VMA-SBM1V engine model, in association with engine manufacturer Motor Sich.  The TVZ-117VMA-SBM1V is based on turboprop engine TVZ-117VMA-SBM1 used by the Antonov AN-140 regional aircraft, and adapted for helicopter use – the “V” suffix relates to the… Read more »

Source: HeliHub.com, 25-May-10