Below you can find full list of Soviet and Russian helicopters and projects. The date is connected to the prototype maiden flight.

 

Bratukhin helicopters – list of types

Omega (G-1) – twin rotor helicopter (1941) - 1 manufactured

Omega II (G-2) – twin rotor helicopter (8/1944) - 1 manufactured

Bratukhin G-3 – artillery helicopter (8/1945) - 9 manufactured

Bratukhin G-4 – modernized G-3 helicopter (10/1947) - 31 manufactured

Bratukhin B-5 – twin rotor helicopter (1947) - 1 manufactured

Bratukhin B-7 – twin rotor helicopter project

Bratukhin B-9 – twin rotor helicopter

Bratukhin B-10 – twin rotor helicopter (1947)  - 1 manufactured

Bratukhin B-11 – twin rotor helicopter (6/1948) - 2 manufactured

Bratukhin B-12 – light helicopter project

Bratukhin B-13 – heavy helicopter project

Bratichin B-14 – compound helicopter project

 

Yakovlev helicopters – list of types

Yakovlev Zd-115 – experimental helicopter model - 1 manufactured

Yakovlev M-11FR-1 Typ Sh – experimental light helicopter  (1947) - 1 manufactured

Yakovlev Yak-100 – experimental light helicopter - 2 manufactured

Yakovlev Yak-24 – twin rotor heavy helicopter (3.7.1952) - 39 manufactured

Yakovlev Yak-32 – super heavy helicopter project

Yakovlev Yak-60 – super heavy helicopter project

Yakovlev VVP-6 – six rotor helicopter project

Yakovlev Albatros  - unmanned convertoplan

Yakovlev Zhavoronok – unmanned autogyro - 1 manufactured

 

Mil helicopters – list of types

GM-1 - alternative designation of Mi-1 (20.9.1948) - 2694 manufactured (as Mi-1)

GM-2- alternative designation of Mi-1U - 2694 manufactured (as Mi-1)

Mi-1 – light single engine liaison helicopter (20.9.1948) - 2694 manufactured

Mi-2 – light twin engine liaison helicopter (22.9.1961) - 5420 manufactured

Mi-3 – project of light transport helicopter

Mi-4 – medium single engine multipurpose helicopter (30.4.1952) - 3750 manufactured

Mi-5 (V-5) – project of light helicopter

Mi-6 – heavy twin engine transport helicopter (5.6.1957) - 924 manufactured

Mi-7 (V-7) – designation reserved for light V-7 prototypes with ramjets - 4 manufactured

Mi-8 – medium twin engine transport helicopter (24.6.1961) - 11140+ manufactured (as Mi-8/9/13/17/18/19/171/172)

Mi-9 – flying command post variant derivated from Mi-8 - 11140+ manufactured (as Mi-8/9/13/17/18/19/171/172)

Mi-10 – heavy twin engine crane helicopter (5.6.1960) - 55 manufactured

Mi-12 (V-12) – unused designation of V-12 super heavy transport helicopter (27.6.1967) - 2 manufactured

Mi-13 – electronic jamming variant derivated from Mi-17 - 11140+ manufactured (as Mi-8/9/13/17/18/19/171/172)

Mi-14 – amhibian naval twin engine transport helicopter (1,.8.1967)  - 273 manufactured

Mi-16 (V-16) – project of superheavy helicopter

Mi-17 – export designation for Mi-8MT (17.8.1975) - 11140+ manufactured (as Mi-8/9/13/17/18/19/171/172)

Mi-18 – Mi-8MT prototype with enlarged fuselage - 11140+ manufactured (as Mi-8/9/13/17/18/19/171/172)

Mi-19 – missile units flying command post derivated from Mi-8MT - 11140+ manufactured (as Mi-8/9/13/17/18/19/171/172)

Mi-20 – project of light transport helicopter

Mi-22 – flying command post variant derivated from Mi-6 - 8 manufactured (asd Mi-6)

Mi-24 – attack and transport twin engine helicopter (15.9.1969) - 3460 manufactured (as Mi-24/25/35)

Mi-25 – export designation for early variants of Mi-24 - 3460 manufactured (as Mi-24/25/35)

Mi-26 – heavy twin engine transport helicopter (14.12.1977) - 335 manufactured (as Mi-26/27)

Mi-27 – flying command post variant derivated from Mi-26- 335 manufactured (as Mi-26/27)

Mi-28 – attack twin engine helicopter (10.10.1982) - 28 manufactured

Mi-30 – project of medium convertoplan

Mi-32 – project of three engine aerial crane

Mi-34 – light single engine liaison helicopter (1986) - 42 manufactured

Mi-35 – export designation for late variants of Mi-24 - 3460 manufactured (as Mi-24/25/35)

Mi-36 – project of attack and transport helicopter replacing Mi-24

Mi-38 – medium twin engine transport helicopter replacing Mi-8/17 (22.12.2003) - 3 manufactured (as Mi-38/382)

Mi-40 – project of attack and transport helicopter replacing Mi-24

Mi-42 – project of attack and transport helicopter replacing Mi-24

Mi-44 – project of medium transport helicopter

Mi-46 – project of heavy transport helicopter replacing Mi-26

Mi-52 – project of light transport helicopter (26.7.1997)

Mi-54 – project of medium transport helicopter

Mi-56 – project of heavy transport helicopter replacing Mi-26

Mi-58 – project of medium transport helicopter

Mi-60 – light experimental helicopter (1994)

Mi-171 - export designation for Mi-8AMT - 11140+ manufactured (as Mi-8/9/13/17/18/19/171/172)

Mi-172 - export designation for Mi-8MTV-5 - 11140+ manufactured (as Mi-8/9/13/17/18/19/171/172)

Mi-234 – reengined variant of Mi-34

Mi-382 – reengined variant of Mi-38 - 3 manufactured (as Mi-38/382)

Mi-X1 – project of high speed helicopter

 

Kamov helicopters – list of types

KaSkr-I – autogyro - 1 manufactured

KaSkr-II – autogyro - 1 manufactured

A-7 - autogyro - 12 manufactured

Ka-8 – light single engine experiemntal helicopter - 3 manufactured

Ka-10 – improved single engine experiemntal helicopter - 16 manufactured

Ka-11 – project of light transport helicopter

Ka-12 – project of medium transport helicopter

Ka-15 – light single engine liaison helicopter - 354 manufactured

Ka-18 – enlarged variant of Ka-15 - 111 manufactured

Ka-20 – designation of Ka-25 prototype - 460 manufactured (as Ka-20/25)

Ka-22 – heavy transport compound aircraft - 4 manufactured

Ka-25 – naval twin engine multipurpose helicopter - 460 manufactured (as Ka-20/25)

Ka-26 – light twin engine multipurpose helicopter - 835 manufactured (as Ka-26/126/128/226)

Ka-27 – naval twin engine multipurpose helicopter (8.8.1973) - 410 manufactured (as Ka-27/28/29/31/32)

Ka-28 – export designation of Ka-27 - 410 manufactured (as Ka-27/28/29/31/32)

Ka-29 – attack and transport variant of Ka-27 (28.6.1976) - 410 manufactured (as Ka-27/28/29/31/32)

Ka-30 – engined sledge

Ka-31 – AWACS variant of Ka-27 (1993) - 410 manufactured (as Ka-27/28/29/31/32)

Ka-32 – civilian multipurpose variant of Ka-27 (8.10.1980) - 410 manufactured (as Ka-27/28/29/31/32)

Ka-33 – project of civilian multipurpose variant of Ka-29

Ka-34 – project of super heavy compound aircraft

Ka-35 – project of super heavy compound aircraft

Ka-36 – engined sledge

Ka-37 – unmanned helicopter

Ka-40 – project of naval multipurpose helicopter replacing Ka-27

Ka-50 – attack twin engine helicopter for one pilot (17.6.1982) - 29 manufactured (as Ka-50/52)

Ka-52 – attack twin engine helicopter for two pilots (26.7.1997) - 29 manufactured (as Ka-50/52)

Ka-56 – ultra light foldable helicopter - 1 manufactured

Ka-60 – medium twin engine transport helicopter (10.12.1988) - 7 manufactured (as Ka-60/62/64)

Ka-62 – civilian variant of Ka-60 (2001) - 7 manufactured (as Ka-60/62/64)

Ka-64 – reengined version of Ka-60 - 7 manufactured (as Ka-60/62/64)

Ka-92 – project of high speed helicopter

Ka-115 – project of light transport helicopter

Ka-118 – project of light transport helicopter

Ka-126 – reengined version of Ka-26 (31.12.1988) - 835 manufactured (as Ka-26/126/128/226)

Ka-128 – reengined version of Ka-126 - 835 manufactured (as Ka-26/126/128/226)

Ka-137 – unmanned helicopter

Ka-226 – reengined version of Ka-126 (4.9.1997) - 835 manufactured (as Ka-26/126/128/226)

Ka-252 – prototype designation of Ka-27

Ka-327 – prototype designation of Ka-32A7

V-50 – attack helicopter project

V-80 – prototype designation of Ka-50

V-100 – attack helicopter project

Kamov Kumertau Rotorfly – ultralight autogyro (2005)

Kamov Sever 2  - engined sledge

 

 

Kazan helicopters – list of types

Aktay – light helicopter - 1 manufactured

Ansat – light helicopter - 28 manufactured

Ansat RC – light attackhelicopter - 1 manufactured

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NATO Air Standard Coordination Committee Coding Tab

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