Wednesday, April 11, 2018

Russian helicopters to hold negotiations at Defexpo on maintenance of helicopters in India

Russian Helicopters Holding Company (part of Rostec State Corporation) will hold negotiations related to the after-sales support of Russian helicopters operated in India within the framework of international military and technical exhibition, Defexpo 2018.
Currently, medium utility helicopters of Mi-8/17 type, as well as heavy Mi-26, attack Mi-25, as well as ship-based Ka-25, Ka-28 and Ka-31 are operated in India. The total fleet of Russian-made helicopters in India constitutes about 400 units.
The models of light utility Ka-226T helicopter, which are going to be produced at the Russian and Indian joint venture, as well as an advanced Mi-171A2 helicopter in offshore configuration, will be presented at the exposition of the Holding Company at Defexpo 2018.
In November 2017, Russian Helicopters concluded a contract with Vectra Group for the supply of Mi-171A2 utility helicopter in 2018. And the agreement envisages an option for the purchase of another helicopter of this type.
"During the negotiations, we are planning to pay speci`al attention to the issues of after-sales support, repair and modernization of earlier supplied helicopters in India, we are planning to sign several documents related to this topic.
10/04/18 One India