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- 1. Russian Helicopters and Denel Aviation Open MRO Centre in South Africa
Russian Helicopters and Denel Aviation of South Africa have opened a maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) centre in South Africa for Russian-built helicopters, strengthening Russian Helicopters’ position in the African market. The MRO centre was launched on 26 March 2013 in Johannesburg during the BRICS summit. The ceremony was attended by executives from Russian Helicopters and
- 2. Russian Helicopters Opens Maintenance and Repair Center in Peru
Russian Helicopters has opened a maintenance and repair center in Lima, Peru. The facility will be used by Helicentro Peru to repair Mi-17 civil helicopters operated in the region, and by Russian Helicopters to overhaul Mi-17 aircraft for the Peruvian Air Force.
- 3. Russian Helicopters Appoints New CEO
Russian Helicopters, a subsidiary of Oboronprom, part of Rostec State Corporation, has appointed Alexander Mikheev as CEO. Alexander Mikheev previously served as Deputy CEO of Rosoboronexport. Russian Helicopters' outgoing CEO Dmitry Petrov will continue to work within Rostec.
- 4. Russian Helicopters Visits Thailand to Showcase Ansat and Mi-171A2; KL Next
Russian Helicopters, part of Rostec State Corporation, showcased two of its newest civilian helicopters, the Ansat and Mi-171A2, to potential customers in Thailand on Monday. The event, part of Russian Helicopter's South Asian Heli Tour, took place at U-Tapao Airport near Pattaya. Russian Helicopters treated the VIPs and select media in attendance to a special flight display and a
- 5. Vladimir Artyakov Re-Elected as Chairman of Russian Helicopters
Russian Helicopters, a subsidiary of Oboronprom, part of State Corporation Rostec, has re-elected Vladimir Artyakov as Chairman of the Board of Directors. Mr Artyakov, who is also first deputy CEO of Rostec, has served as Chairman of the Board of Russian Helicopters since July 2013.
- 6. Russian Helicopters to Expand Services in Latin America and Caribbean
Russian Helicopters has unveiled plans to provide after-sales service and maintenance for helicopters operated in Latin America and the Caribbean. The total fleet of Russian helicopters operating in the region exceeds 400. Mi-8/17 helicopters are the most popular, at 320 units. There are 60 Soviet and Russian-made helicopters in Cuba today, and about 50 of them are Mi-8/17s.
- 7. Russian Helicopters Launches 3D Modelling App
Russian Helicopters (part of State Corporation Rostec) has launched a 3D modelling app for computers and laptops with Windows and Mac OS. The app makes it possible for people to find out more about the range of different models available from Russian Helicopters, and also to go on virtual tours, including one of a VIP helicopter.
- 8. Russian Helicopters Elects new Chairman
Helicopter designer and manufacturer Russian Helicopters - a subsidiary of Oboronprom, part of State Corporation Rostec - said its Board of Directors had elected Rostec Deputy CEO Vladimir Artyakov as the board's Chairman. “Today, Russian Helicopters is a leading helicopter producer on the global marketplace and number one by sales of military attack helicopters, with a firm order
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