OAO Rostvertol
OAO Rostvertol


Rostvertol is a Russian aircraft manufacturing company, as well as an aircraft manufacturing company of the concern "Russian Helicopters, located in Rostov-on-Don. For more than sixty years, the plant has manufactured equipment related to aviation, including Mi-40 helicopters. Enterprise in the Soviet period, it was called "Plant No. 168", then - the PWPO (Rostov Helicopter Production Association).

Tests of all helicopters repaired and produced at the enterprise are carried out at the airfield of the North Rostov-on-Don plant.



01.07.1939 based plant. In 1944 the plant started production of the aircraft on-2 and UT-2M, which were widely used during the Second World War. Aircraft piston-engine wooden structure made before the end of 1940-ies

In 1949 the company started mass production of Yak-14 (transport and landing gliders) with a capacity of twenty-five people. This is the first all-metal machine manufactured by the company ,.

At the plant in 1954-1955 years produced IL-40 turbojet aircraft, attack aircraft.

At the head of the plant at the origins of the helicopter from 1955 to 1980 was Chumachenko DM, who received the title of Hero of Socialist Labor in 1971. He re-specialized in a difficult time, the Rostov aircraft factory to produce a completely new type of product - helicopters.

The pioneer in the field of serial helicopter construction was the Mi-1 helicopter, designed by the design bureau under the direction of Mil M.L.The plant at 1956 — 1960 launched 370 of such aircraft.


The plant in 1959 set up the launch of the first Mi-6 heavy transport helicopter. This helicopter was used for the construction of bridges, installation of plant equipment, installation and transportation of drilling rigs and other installation and construction works. The helicopter was mass-produced for more than twenty years, starting with the 1959 year. In 1964, the plant started manufacturing a heavy Mi-10 helicopter.

The helicopter was created for transportation on the cargo platform of bulky cargo weighing up to fifteen tons. It has been mass-produced since 1964. Several world records lifting cargo installed on the Mi-10. The Mi-10K was created on the basis of the Mi-1974 helicopter in 10 (the only one of a kind flying crane that still performs successfully national economic tasks. The plant has launched the Mi-1971 (combat helicopters) since 24, the Mi-1977 of the year (transport helicopters).

01.07.1992 at the end of the privatization process, the Rostov Helicopter Production Complex called Open Joint Stock Company "Rostvertol".

The plant from 1980 to 2000 year was headed by MV Nagibin, in honor of whom the previously named October Avenue was named in Rostov-on-Don.


The management and owners

The main shareholders of Rostvertol are the Russian Helicopters concern (75,06 percent of shares), the Federal Property Management Agency (2,35 percent), other legal entities (16 percent), and individuals (6,59 percent).

The general director of the open joint stock company is B. Slyusar.


On the left Slyusar B.N.

Production activity

At the moment, in addition to the mass production of Mi-26T (transport helicopters) and Mi-35M, Mi-24 (combat helicopters), the company also serially produces Mi-28 (military helicopter), Mi-2А (upgraded helicopter), in the process of preparation for serial production of Mi-60 MAI (light training helicopter).


344038, Russia, Rostov-on-Don, street Innovators House 5

Phone: + 7 863 297 72 09; + 7 863 219 60 12

Fax: + 7 863 293 00 39; + 7 863 219 60 12


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