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Ka-32A11BC  
Initial Operational Capability (IOC): 2002
Total Production: ?
Also Known As: Ka-32, Ka-32A11VS, Ka-32C and Ka-32T
Origin: Russia
Corporations: Kamov and Russian Helicopters
Parent System: Ka-27
Initial Operational Capability (IOC): 1981
Maiden Flight: 1973
Total Production: ?
Family Members: Ka-27, Ka-27M, Ka-29, Ka-29M and Ka-31
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Description: The Kamov Ka-27 was developed to replace the Ka-25 shipborne helicopter in the Soviet Navy performing Anti-Submarine Warfare (ASW) and Search and Rescue (SAR) missions. In addition, the Ka-27 was designed to operate at night and all-weather conditions which were the main shortfalls of Ka-25 aircraft. The NATO nicknamed this aircraft as Helix. The Ka-28 is the designation assigned to export models and Ka-32 designation refers to variants intended for the civil/commercial market. The Soviet Union's Navy also developed the Ka-29 shipborne assault helicopter and the Ka-31 airborne radar helicopter based on the Ka-27 platform. The aircraft uses Kamov's characteristic twin three-blade coaxial contra-rotating rotors design making the tail rotor irrelevant and unnecessary. It is powered by two TV3-117V/VMA turboshaft engines each rated at 2,200-hp. The Ka-27 prototype first flew in 1973 and entered service in 1981.

The Ka-32 is a civilian version of the Ka-27 ASW helicopter. The Ka-32T is a cargo helicopter and Ka-32C is a search and rescue (SAR) and medical evacuation (medevac) helicopter. The Ka-32A11BC multirole helicopter equipped with the latest avionics is the current production standard and is suitable to carry out special search and rescue operations, building tall structures, transporting cargo internally and on an external sling, logging, medevac and complex fire-fighting missions, as well as on patrol and to support during law enforcement operations. The coaxial rotor design makes its compact, high power and high maneuverable while featuring low operating costs and a service life of 32,000 flight hours. Operated by a single pilot in dense populated urban areas, mountainous terrain and forested regions is able to land on small vessels, drilling platforms, and on un-prepared, hard to access sites. The Ka-32A11BC meets FAR-29, AP-29 requirements, and is EASA certified.

The Ka-32 helicopter was sold to South Korea for Forest Aviation and Maritime Patrol missions. As of 2003, approximately 40 Ka-32s were in service in South Korea with seven additional Ka-32s equipped with IAI's avionics package scheduled for delivery between 2004 and 2005. These aircraft were ordered by the Republic of Korea Air Force (ROKAF) for search and rescue purposes. The Ka-32s equipped with IAI-designed avionics package feature an advanced day/night all-weather navigation system, weather and ground survey radar, and a moving digital map. A central computer and management software integrate all aircraft's systems. Color displays for improved man-machine interface are also provided. Future growth can be accomplished thanks to its open architecture.

Ka-32A11BC Specifications

Crew: 2
Main Rotor Blades: 6
Number of Engines: 2
Passengers: 13
Service Life Flight Hours: 32,000
Dimensions
Cargo Compartment Height: 1.24 meter
Cargo Compartment Length: 4.52 meter
Cargo Compartment Width: 1.30 meter
Performance
Ceiling: 5,000 meter (16,404 foot)
Max Range: 650 kilometer (351 nautical mile)
Power
Max Power at TakeOff: 4,400 hp (3,282 kW)
Speed
Cruise Speed: 200 kph (108 KTAS)
Top Speed at High Altitude: 260 kph (140 KTAS)
Volume
Baggage Capacity: 7.30 metric ton (258 cu ft)
Weight
Cargo Hook Capacity: 5,000 kilogram (11,023 pound)
Max Takeoff Weight: 11,000 kilogram (24,250 pound)
Max Takeoff Weight with External Load: 12,700 kilogram
Payload: 3,700 kilogram (8,157 pound)
CEP: Circular Error Probable
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Ka-32A11BC News

There are 12 news between
12 Mar 2009 and 2 Nov 2016
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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
Tuesday, February 16, 2016China Buys Seven Ka-32A11BC and Two Mi-171 Helicopters
Tuesday, October 22, 2013Russian Helicopters to Supply First Fire-Fighting Ka-32A11BC to Belarus
Friday, May 4, 2012Russian Helicopters Delivers Ka-32A11BC Rescue Helicopter to EMERCOM of Kazakhstan
Tuesday, March 27, 2012Russian Helicopters Delivers Ka-32A11BC to Helipark Taxi Aereo
Monday, December 5, 2011Ka-32A11BC Helicopter Certified in Brazil
Tuesday, May 17, 2011Russian EMERCOM Takes Delivery of Ka-32A11BC Equipped with a Medical Module
Friday, April 15, 2011Russian Helicopters Announce New Partnership in Brazil
Friday, March 4, 2011Helipark Taxi Aereo Orders a Ka-32A11BC Helicopter

Operators & Related Equipment


OperatorsItems
Azerbaijan6
Ka-32 helicopters (6)
Belarus1
Aircraft ordered by Emergencies Ministry (1 Ka-32A11BC)
Brazil1
Aircraft ordered by Helipark Taxi Aereo (1 Ka-32A11BC)
Canada?
Ka-32A11VS
China11
Aircraft ordered by Ordos City (1 Ka-32A11BC); Wuhan Rand Aviation (1); Jiangsu Baoli Aviation Equipment (1)
India4
Aircraft ordered by Vectra Group (4 Ka-32)
Kazakhstan?
Aircraft ordered by EMERCOM (2 Ka-32A11BC) for search and rescue missions
Malaysia?
Ka-32A11VS
Portugal?
Ka-32A11VC
South Korea47
Ka-32A11VS
Spain12
Ka-32/Ka-32A11VC firefighting helicopters
Switzerland?
Ka-32A11VC
Taiwan?
Ka-32A11VS

Grand Total 8214
Propulsion Systems
TV3-117VMAx2
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