Kamov Ka-226 - Operators


  • The Russian federal security service, which is in charge of border protection, took delivery of two Ka-226 helicopters and is considering buying another version equipped with more powerful Turbomeca Arrius 2G2 turboshaft engines (Ka-226T).
  • Two Ka-226 helicopters have been delivered to the Moscow police service.
  • Russian gas company Gazprom operate several Ka-226 helicopters, designated Ka-226AG (AG standing for Gazprom company). The only difference from the standard Ka-226 is a different avionics fit.An initial batch of 14 aircraft was due to be delivered during 2007.
  • Russian air force operates 6 units with more on order in 2012.
  • A $25 million contract has been signed with Jordan to provide the RJAF with 6 Ka-226 helicopters. They will be partially assembled in Jordan at the Russian-Jordanian Oboronprom Middle East helicopter assembly facility. The deal is a breakthrough for Russian helicopter manufacturers as Jordan previously bought only Western-built rotorcraft.

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