Kamow / Kamov Ka-60 / Ka-62

Medium Utility Helicopter

Kamow / Kamov Ka-60 © Andrei Nesvetaev
Photo ©: Andrei Nesvetaev (Photos at airliners.net)
The Kamov Ka-60 Kasatka and Ka-62 is a twin-engined 16 seat medium utility helicopter developed by the Russian manufacturer Kamov JSC. The Ka-60 is the military variant, the Ka-62 is a civil development.
The prototype is equipped with a four-blade main rotor. The series production helicopters are to be equipped with a five-blade main rotor.
Crew1 / 2
Propulsion2 Turboshaft Engines
Engine ModelSaturn RD-600V
Engine Power (each)959 kW1286 shp
alternative Engine Variant
Engine ModelTurbomeca / HAL Ardiden 1H1 (Shakti)
Engine Power (each)1032 kW1384 shp
Speed291 km/h157 kts
  181 mph
Service Ceiling5.200 m17.060 ft
Range700 km378 NM
435 mi.
max. Takeoff Weight6.500 kg14.330 lbs
Rotor Blades (main/tail)4 / Fenestron
Main Rotor Diameter13,50 m44 ft 3 in
Tail Rotor Diameter1,20 m3 ft 11 in
Rotor Disc Area143,1 m1540 ft
Length (Fuselage)13,46 m44 ft 2 in
Length15,60 m51 ft 2 in
Height4,20 m13 ft 9 in
First Flight24.12.1998
Production Statusin production
Data for (Version)Kamow / Kamov Ka-60 (Prototype)
VariantsKa-60 (mil.), Ka-62 (civil)