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2015 KAZAN Ansat

$ 5,500,000 € 4,924,785
(VAT free)
2015 KAZAN Ansat 2015 KAZAN Ansat 2015 KAZAN Ansat 2015 KAZAN Ansat 2015 KAZAN Ansat 2015 KAZAN Ansat 2015 KAZAN Ansat
2015 KAZAN Ansat 2015 KAZAN Ansat 2015 KAZAN Ansat 2015 KAZAN Ansat 2015 KAZAN Ansat 2015 KAZAN Ansat 2015 KAZAN Ansat

Aircraft information

Year of construction: 2015
Total time (TTAF): 0 (new)
Country: Russia
City/Aerodrome: Kazan
Price: $ 5,500,000 / € 4,924,785 (VAT free)

General description

A Snapshot of the Kazan Ansat

Design work on the Ansat helicopter began at Kazan in 1993, with structural strength and aerodynamic calculations subcontracted to Kazan State Technical University, production of the rotor to Aviation Scientific Co. and transmission to Aeromechanica Co.

The first Ansat flight was on Aug. 17, 1999. On 14 September 2001, Ansat became the winner of a competition to supply 100 training helicopters to Russian armed forces by 2015. ?Ansat? name in Tatar language can be translated as ?easy or light?.

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Up to 11 person, including one or two pilots, on energy-absorbing seats; or two stretcher patients and three attendants; or internal or externally slung freight
Two forward-hinged doors on each side of flight deck; two horizontally divided doors on each side of cabin, baggage bay behind cabin, with rear-facing door
Baggage door is also used for loading stretchers in medical variant
Cabin is ventilated and heated, air conditioning is optional


Design Features:

Optimized for aerodynamic efficiency and survivability in case of emergency landing (1m/s power-off touchdown speed) and with off-base routine maintenance. Ansat features traditional metal structure for simplicity and reliability. Meets FAR PT. 29 Category A and Russian AP-29 requirements
Equipped with shock absorbing seats for passengers. Conventional configuration high mounted tail boom carrying fixed horizontal stabilizer and two fins, two turbo-shaft power plants above the cabin
A fiberglass torsion bar with four main blades and a two-blade tail rotor
Two-stage, VR-23 main rotor reduction gear in magnesium case on front of the engines; ratio 16.4; rotation speed 365.4 rpm; blade tip speed 220m/s
Transmission rating 769kW
Tail rotor speed 2,000 rpm via single stage conical gearbox
Rotor brake
Manual blade ?folding and main rotor aero foil section NACA 23012


Avionic Systems:
Avionika FBW controls quadruple electronic system and duble hydraulic system
Automatic flight control is standard on all piloting functions and optional on navigation functions with KSU-A digital control system
Main transmission drives two alternators (each 200V, 400Hz), two generators (each 27V), two fans and two hydraulic fuel pumps for separate systems
Electrical system 27V, with battery, optional AC system is with second battery
Electric de-icing optional


Option Equipment:
Rescue hoist
cargo tight ups
Provision for it is in the nosecone
Operation Use:
Rescue, ambulance, firefighting, agriculture, police, TV



Optimized for transportation of passengers, or as an ambulance, S&R, training, patrol and for other duties
Provision for the attachment of extra fuel tanks to the sides of the cabin
Passenger modification can carry up to 10 passengers plus 1 pilot
Optimized for use as a Taxi, Tour, Offshore or Corporate helicopter
Removed seats and additional tie down points the helicopter can carry 1,000 kg of cargo inside the cabin, and 1,200 kg on external sling
The most spacious cabin in its category (6.7 m3)
Optimized for use as a Agriculture, Flying or Firefighting helicopter
"U Training":
Optimized for training includes dual controls system and three wheel landing gear
Can be used for training of aviation cadets and civil persons, as well as for pilot retraining
With the installation of two gas turbine engines and reliability of the main helicopter components this variant can provide the highest safety standard that is required for training flights
The only Russian helicopter equipped with digital fly-by-wire control system (KSU-A), which allows simulation of the required engine shut off training mode, without actually switching the engines off
AG Inspection:
Special version designed for Gazprom pipeline inspection.
Prototype of scout helicopter based on the Ansat was first shown at Moscow Aerosalon in August 2001, with GOES 521 turret in nose and optical sensors developed by Optooil ZAO

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Kazan Helicopters
Valery Andreeva
Saint-Petersburg, Russia
Phone: +7 (499) 346 88 68
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