Kamov KA-26 Hoodlum

Kamov Ka-26

KrajinySovietsky zväz
ÚlohuĽahký úžitkový vrtuľník
Obdobie1969-1985
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Komisia Kamov Ka-26 (NATO reporting name Hoodlum) is a Soviet light utility helicopter with co-axial rotors. The Ka-26 entered production in 1969. 816 have been built. A variant with a single turboshaft engine was the Ka-126. A twin turboshaft-powered version is the Ka-226. (All the Ka-26/126/128/226 variants are codenamed “Hoodlum”).

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The Kamov Ka-26 is a light utility helicopter designed and manufactured by the Soviet company Kamov. It was first flown in 1965 and entered service in 1969. The Ka-26 has a distinctive coaxial rotor system, which eliminates the need for a tail rotor and increases the maneuverability and stability of the helicopter. The Ka-26 can carry up to six passengers or various types of cargo in a detachable pod under the fuselage. The Ka-26 is powered by two Vedeneyev M-14V-26 radial engines mounted on either side of the cockpit. The Ka-26 has been used for various purposes, such as agricultural spraying, firefighting, medical evacuation, police patrol, and aerial photography. The Ka-26 has been exported to several countries, including Bulgaria, China, Germany, Hungary, Romania, and Vietnam. The Ka-26 is still in service in some countries, but it has been largely replaced by newer models such as the Ka-226 and the Ka-32.

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