Helirussia Expo Moscow

Helirussia Expo Moscow

The 5th international exhibition of helicopter industry Helirussia 2012 closed in May, 19. Both professionals and amateurs could find much interesting to see there.

Helirussia Expo Moscow

Multi-purpose light helicopter Eurocopter EC135

Helirussia Expo Moscow

Ansat – a light multi-purpose helicopter designed by “Kazakh Helicopter Plant”. It can carry 1300 kg of payload in its cabin.

Helirussia Expo Moscow

Model of Mi-26T2

Helirussia Expo Moscow
Mi-171А2 is a modernized model of Mi-8/17, the most popular helicopter in the world.

Helirussia Expo Moscow

Ka-52 – a Russian combat helicopter

Helirussia Expo Moscow

Mi-35M and Mi-28NE

Helirussia Expo Moscow

Aggregates for helicopter equipment.

Helirussia Expo Moscow

Mi-8MSB – modernized model of Mi-8T

Helirussia Expo Moscow

Some helicopters could be bought right at the exhibition.

Helirussia Expo Moscow

Two-seat helicopters

Helirussia Expo Moscow

Helirussia Expo Moscow

Calidus

Helirussia Expo Moscow

Helirussia Expo Moscow

Helirussia Expo Moscow

Two-seat fire-fighting helicopter RUMAS-10F

Helirussia Expo Moscow

Helirussia Expo Moscow

Helirussia Expo Moscow

These two were for sale

Helirussia Expo Moscow

Helirussia Expo Moscow

Students’ design

Helirussia Expo Moscow

Portable air-traffic control system

Helirussia Expo Moscow

Helirussia Expo Moscow

Helirussia Expo Moscow

Mi-171А2

Helirussia Expo Moscow

Helirussia Expo Moscow

Multipurpose helicopter AgustaWestland AW139

Helirussia Expo Moscow

Microsoft Kinnect

Helirussia Expo Moscow

Helirussia Expo Moscow

Helirussia Expo Moscow

Helirussia Expo Moscow

Mi helicopters

Helirussia Expo Moscow

Mi-28NE «Night hunter».

Helirussia Expo Moscow

Mi-8AMT

Helirussia Expo Moscow

And some more photos from the event:

Helirussia Expo Moscow

Helirussia Expo Moscow

Helirussia Expo Moscow

Helirussia Expo Moscow

Helirussia Expo Moscow

“For sale”

Helirussia Expo Moscow

Helirussia Expo Moscow

7 thoughts on “Helirussia Expo Moscow”

  1. Do you know who was the first to solve the gyro stabilization problem of helicopters? It was a Russian Igor Sikorsky of course he left Russia because he saw little opportunity for his line of work in 1919 Russia.What a lose for the USSR he was one of the greatest aeronautical engineers to have lived.

  2. By the way… all the vehicles are not helicopters. The ones with push or pull propellers are autogyre. they must have speed to fly and can’t hover like the helicopters do.

  3. Well,Calidus and RUMAS-10F are wonderful.
    By the way,helicopter is Greek word from
    ελιξ-ελκς+πτήση (spiral+flying).
    As airplane αήρ+πλέω (air+sail).

  4. Some correction. The Ansat helicopter is not designed by “Kazakh” Helicopter Plant. The Helicopter is designed by the KAZAN Helicopter Plant.Kazan Helicopter plant is located in Russia,the city of Kazan.
    Homepage: http://www.kazanhelicopters.com/index.php?id=8

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