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Initial Operational Capability (IOC): November 2013
Maiden Flight: 17 August 1999
Total Production: 105
Also Known As: Ansat-U
Origin: Russia
Corporations: Kazan Helicopters
Parent System: Ansat
Initial Operational Capability (IOC): November 2013
Maiden Flight: 17 August 1999
Total Production: 105
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Description: The Ansat is a lightweight, multi-purpose, twin-engine helicopter developed and produced by Kazan Helicopters. Ansat development began in 1993 and the first flight was performed on 17 August 1999. Basically, Ansat is powered by two Pratt & Whitney Canada PW207K turboshaft engines driving a four-bladed main rotor. The helicopter is provided with a skid landing gear and a two-bladed tail rotor. From October 2002 through June 2004 the third Ansat prototype underwent flight testing logging more than 300 flight hours and paving the way for type certification.

The Ansat helicopter is suitable for search and rescue, emergency medical services, VIP transport and transport of passengers and cargo. The Russian Ministry of Defense ordered the development of Ansat-U to provide training for fixed- and rotary-wing aircraft crews. The helicopter version features wheeled landing gear and a dual control system. Ansat-U first prototype assembly was complete in April 2004. The Ansat-3 is a modified version of Ansat featuring a wheeled landing gear, stretched fuselage, increased max takeoff weight, five-bladed main rotor and four-bladed tail rotor. The cabin of Ansat-3 results one meter longer and thus provides seating capacity for up to 14 passengers.

Ansat Specifications

Crew: 1
Main Rotor Blades: 4
Number of Engines: 2
Passengers: 10
Tail Rotor Blades: 2
Cargo Compartment Height: 1.30 meter
Cargo Compartment Length: 3.17 meter
Cargo Compartment Width: 1.66 meter
Fuselage Diameter: 1.80 meter (5.91 foot)
Height: 3.50 meter (138 inch)
Length: 13.6 meter (537 inch)
Main Rotor Diameter: 11.5 meter (453 inch)
Tail Rotor Diameter: 2.10 meter (83 inch)
Ceiling: 5,700 meter (18,701 foot)
Hovering Ceiling: 3,300 meter (10,827 foot)
Max Range: 530 kilometer (286 nautical mile)
Max Power at TakeOff: 1,260 hp (940 kW)
Climb Rate: 13 mps (2,549 fpm)
Cruise Speed: 250 kph (135 KTAS)
Top Speed at High Altitude: 275 kph (149 KTAS)
Flight Endurance: 3.30 hour (198 minute)
Cabin Volume: 6.70 metric ton (237 cu ft)
Fuel Tank Capacity: 707 liter (186 galon)
Max Takeoff Weight: 3.60 ton (7,937 pound)
Payload: 1,000 kilogram (2,205 pound)
CEP: Circular Error Probable
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Ansat News

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14 Sep 2010 and 9 Sep 2019
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Monday, September 9, 2019Russia Developing Two New Helicopter Engines
Thursday, August 29, 2019Polar Airlines Orders Seven Ansat Helicopters
Saturday, March 9, 2019Russia Completing Testing on VK-800 Engine
Thursday, November 8, 2018Emergency Medicine Association of the People's Republic of China Orders 20 Ansat Helicopters
Thursday, July 20, 2017United Helicopters Orders Five Ansat, Three Mi-171A2 and Two Ka-32A11BC Helicopters
Wednesday, November 2, 2016Jiangsu Baoli Aviation Equipment Orders Mi-171A, Ansat and Ka-32 Helicopters
Tuesday, November 1, 2016Chinese Company Becomes First Export Customer of Ansat Helicopter
Friday, July 1, 2016Ansat Helicopter Take-Off Weight Rises to 3600kg
Thursday, May 21, 2015Russian Helicopters' Ansat and Ka-226T Enter the Russian Commercial Market
Tuesday, December 30, 2014Russian Helicopters Ansat Passenger Helicopter Receives AR IAC Certification

Operators & Related Equipment

Aircraft ordered by Wuhan Rand Aviation (2); Jiangsu Baoli Aviation Equipment (1); United Helicopters (5); Emergency Medicine Association of the People's Republic of China (20)
Russian Air Force ordered 70 Ansat trainers in May 2011; Polar Airlines (7)

Grand Total 1052
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