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Fire aviation

Fire aviation

 

 

Fighting fires is always updated on a hot summer with low rainfall. It - one of the main issues in the jurisdiction of the Ministry of Emergency Situations in Russia and in other countries. Statistics show that in the fire aviation Russia is the most advanced position in the world. The country has formed a particularly large by world standards, aviation group, which is able to cope with the fire-fighting on a very large area.

Flight units Emergency Situations Ministry has a membership of many different aircraft, which uses aircraft fire. The park is growing and expanding at the expense of re-equipped ships and new developments. Most of the aircraft are now being used by the Office for this purpose, the balance is transferred to the Ministry of Emergency Situations Ministry of Defense of Russia. For example, is re-military cargo vessels.

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Fire aviation

Other types of aircraft are also suitable for fire fighting. The rest of the time, the devices can perform their immediate tasks. Helicopters are highly demanded for fire fighting. But the main aircraft of the fire aviation of Russia is the Be-200. 

This modern seaplane amphibian is the pride of local developers and the envy of other countries. Today it would be difficult to find his counterpart. Fire "Be-200 emergency" can be transported on board until 12 tons of water. Thus, water intake takes a quarter of a minute, after which the aircraft can soar up candle directly from the water surface. Be-200 sits on both the water and to land and take off easily in the opposite direction. It is for this aircraft in its ability to use the title of "amphibious" prefix.

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Fire aviation airplane

Designers began to develop a modern seaplane in the late 90s of the last century. It took 10 years for the project. When the first test flight of the Be-200 took place, it became clear that this decade had not been in vain. At the international Hydroaviasalon-2012, which took place in Gelendzhik, the Be-200 ChS set 26 world records in just two flights. 

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