Wednesday, February 28, 2024

Russia replace imported engine for light helicopters

JSC Technodinamika Holding announced the beginning of work on the family of the main engines for light helicopters.

They are expected to replace the existing engines manufactured by Pratt & Whitney and Turbomeca  for ANSAT and Ka-226 helicopters.

The new engine TD-701 will be is certified according to international standards and suggested including in the foreign markets.


JSC Technodinamika Holding engages in the design, manufacture, and after-sales servicing of systems and components for the aerospace industry in the Russian Federation and CIS countries.

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