Farnborough 2012

9 July — 15 July 2012

Farnborough, Great Britain


Russian Helicopters, part of Russian defence industry state holding company Oboronprom and a leading global designer and manufacturer of helicopters, and producer of some of the world’s most iconic, innovative and widely operated models, will present the latest Russian helicopter models at the Farnborough International Airshow on 9-15 July 2012. Russian-made helicopters will be on display at the Oboronprom stand ?10 and ?14 in Hall 1.


During Farnborough air show Russian Helicopters will hold a presentation of its new civil models – Ka-62 multipurpose intermediate helicopter, Mi-171A2 medium helicopter and Ansat light helicopter - and developments of its global after sales service network.


The presentation Russian Helicopters. Ka-62, Mi-171A2 and Ansat – the Latest Additions to Our Expanding Civil Portfolio will be help on July 10, 2012at 11:00-13:45 at Hall A1 Radlett Suite.


The new medium multi-role Ka-62 helicopter will make its first international appearance at Farnborough 2012. Russian Helicopters will also demonstrate the new Mi-171A2 modification of the Mi-8/17 series (one of the world’s most popular helicopters), the new Mi-38 medium helicopter, the light Ansat helicopter, as well as the search & rescue modification of the Ka-32A11BC.


The Farnborough International Airshow is the world’s most iconic global aviation event. It takes place every other year at the Farnborough Aerodrome in Hampshire, UK. The show is organized by the Society of British Aerospace Companies (SBAC) and is a platform for exhibitors from the aerospace, defence, space and security sectors to showcase and demonstrate all types of aircraft, airport and navigation equipment, materials and technologies. Some historical models also appear in the static display at FIA. The FIA programme also includes flying displays.


Held since 1948, the Farnborough Airshow was an annual event until 1962, and since then it has been held every other year. Russia has attended the airshow since 1984. Some key highlights of the 2010 Farnborough International Airshow include: more than 1,400 exhibitors, 70 delegations from 44 countries, 152 aircraft on flying and static display, US$47bn of business announced. Over 1,500 exhibitors from more than 40 counties are expected to attend Farnborough 2012.