The first Be-200ES built for the Ministry of Defense took off in Taganrog

The first Be-200ES built for the Ministry of Defense took off in Taganrog

For the first time, a flight of the first Be-200ES amphibious aircraft built for the Ministry of Defense took place in Taganrog. This was reported by the press service of the United Aircraft Corporation "(UAC).


According to the report, the first Be-200ES for the Ministry of Defense took off from the factory airfield of the Taganrog Scientific and Technical Complex named after G.M. Berieva (TANTK) February 14 this year. The aircraft is declared as "search and rescue" (with fire extinguishing function) and has a tail number "20 yellow". Details of flight tests are not given.

Take-off Be-200ES is the first one built from 2018 for the Ministry of Defense and the seventh production aircraft of this type, taking into account six Be-2016ES built for the Ministry of Emergencies in 2018-200 under a contract with the UAC of May 2011 and one for the Ministry of Emergencies of Azerbaijan.


According to the bmpd blog, this Be-200ES was built as part of the second contract concluded between the Ministry of Defense and the TANKT them. Beriev in 2018 for the supply of marine aviation Navy of three Be-200PS (ES) aircraft, the first of which was to be delivered back in 2019.

The first contract between the Ministry of Defense and the TANKT them. Berieva for the supply of naval aviation of the Navy of six Be-200 amphibious aircraft in 2013, was later terminated by the military department due to a long delay in their construction. Instead of delivering aircraft in 2014-2016, their construction turned into a long-term construction and in 2017 the contract was terminated, and in relation to TANKT them. Beriev was satisfied with the claim for 6,726 billion rubles as an unfulfilled advance payment under this contract.

The maximum take-off mass of the Be-200ЧС aircraft is 42 t, the maximum payload mass (water mass taken in tanks) is 12 t. Flight speed is up to 710 km / h. The maximum flight range is 3600 km. Seaworthiness is the maximum wave height to 1,2 m (3 points). Aircraft calendar resource - 30 years. Patrol speed in search and rescue on water - 300-560 km / h.

The aircraft is capable of transporting up to 50 people with accommodation on side folding seats or 30 people on stretchers.
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  1. Thrifty 15 February 2020 12: 57 New
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    Though belatedly, but the first of the three were able to pass. ..
    1. svp67 15 February 2020 13: 19 New
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      Quote: Thrifty
      Though belatedly, but the first of the three were able to pass. ..

      I wonder whose engines this "bird" took off?
      1. kjhg 15 February 2020 13: 25 New
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        In Ukrainian, what else. There are none at the moment, although there has been a long talk of import substitution.
        1. svp67 15 February 2020 13: 42 New
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          Quote: kjhg
          There are none at the moment, although there has been a long talk of import substitution.

          They offered to put SIM, "Jet"
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      2. tihonmarine 15 February 2020 13: 42 New
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        Quote: svp67
        I wonder whose engines this "bird" took off?

        The previous ones were with Ukrainian, they planned the Russian-French engine SaM146, and what they put so far are silent.
  2. serg.shishkov2015 15 February 2020 13: 02 New
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    Of the 50 shades of gray, I like this one the most! Long service, birdie!
    1. svp67 15 February 2020 13: 20 New
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      Quote: serg.shishkov2015
      Of the 50 shades of gray, I like this one the most!

      The fleet has "ball" and more beautiful ...
      1. tihonmarine 15 February 2020 13: 47 New
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        Quote: svp67
        The fleet has "ball" and more beautiful ...

        In aviation, I am only a passenger, but the beauty of this bird needs to be given credit, especially when on the tail (I don’t know what the pilots call it) the big Red Star looks very beautiful.
        1. svp67 15 February 2020 14: 02 New
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          Quote: tihonmarine
          Big Red Star looks very beautiful.

          St. Andrew's flag on the fuselage, the same does not look bad.
          1. tihonmarine 15 February 2020 14: 52 New
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            Quote: svp67
            St. Andrew's flag on the fuselage, the same does not look bad.

            Actually, I also like the old one, but I also like “Under the Russian Cross Flag and the Avos motto”.
            1. svp67 15 February 2020 14: 55 New
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              Quote: tihonmarine
              Actually, I also like the old one, but I also like “Under the Russian Cross Flag and the Avos motto”.

              Andreevsky will be older, but the Soviet one was BEAUTIFUL ... How he looked on his armor ...
              1. tihonmarine 15 February 2020 15: 12 New
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                Quote: svp67
                Andreevsky will be older, but the Soviet one was BEAUTIFUL ... How he looked on his armor ..

                Well, I’m talking about the Soviet one too, I just put these two flags in one row. Both are worthy, and both are beautiful. Although the first is nicer.
            2. Nikolay R-PM 15 February 2020 19: 58 New
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              “... the Earth’s axis bends from a blow on our shoulders! only our spine doesn’t bend stronger ...” The song of sailors Avos perfectly illustrates the fate of the Be-200 and the stubbornness of TANTK them. Berieva. until there were orders for amphibians, they worked on modifications of naval scouts, repair of aircraft in service, and on a series of "A" aircraft (flying radars and a flying laser laboratory). Although the series is small, they saved the production line and waited for the "insights" of the Moscow Region
  3. Mountain shooter 15 February 2020 13: 06 New
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    The right plane. They did it for a long time ... Either too, the Ministry of Emergencies "changed requests" too often, or the plant dragged on ...
    1. askort154 15 February 2020 13: 42 New
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      Mountain shooter ....Need a plane. They did it for a long time ... Either too, the Ministry of Emergencies "changed requests" too often, or the plant delayed ...

      Most likely due to engines. Import substitution of engines is a very lengthy process. Both in shipbuilding and in aviation. What engine is being installed now, there is no information yet. (Ukrainian and French, prosecutors banned)
      1. gurzuf 15 February 2020 16: 38 New
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        It seems that if there was a hitch due to the engine, then the lawsuit would hardly have been imputed.
  4. Whalebone 15 February 2020 13: 13 New
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    Beautiful, and this coloring is very suitable for him. I suppose it would be nice to have 4 pieces for each fleet, so that at least 1 would be on standby around the clock. And it is strange that they do not supply for export, because there are just no analogues here, this time without exaggeration.
    1. Piramidon 15 February 2020 13: 43 New
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      Quote: Whalebone
      And it’s strange that they don’t export

      Not up to export. Myself would provide.
      1. Whalebone 15 February 2020 16: 17 New
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        The plane is not very massive. For a couple of years, you can provide yourself and foreign buyers.
        1. Piramidon 15 February 2020 17: 18 New
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          Quote: Whalebone
          The plane is not very massive. For a couple of years, you can provide yourself and foreign buyers.

          The plant survives with difficulty, and you have plans, like during the USSR, when it riveted the Tu-142 like pies.
    2. tihonmarine 15 February 2020 13: 49 New
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      Quote: Whalebone
      And it’s strange that they don’t export, because there are no analogues

      So somewhere there is a "pitfall".
    3. potterz 15 February 2020 14: 15 New
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      What kind of export are you talking about !? We cannot provide ourselves with such handsome men for a long time! At the factory, massive reductions are coming! Nobody will work there soon! In our city soon alone .... tutki and taxi drivers will remain!
      1. tihonmarine 15 February 2020 14: 57 New
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        Quote: potterz
        At the factory, massive reductions are coming! Nobody will work there soon! In our city soon alone .... tutki and taxi drivers will remain!

        Well, that’s the answer to Whale Us.
      2. RUSSIAN_MISSILE 15 February 2020 15: 28 New
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        They are cutting back and people are leaving, there’s no work, because the Moscow oblast has banned the assembly of imported engines, but they haven’t yet.
    4. knn54 15 February 2020 14: 28 New
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      About the export. The Chinese (not yet commercially) have a heavy amphibious aircraft AG600 "Jiaolong". It is capable of collecting 12 tons of water aboard in 20 seconds. It is practically the largest amphibious aircraft in the world. It has four engines.
    5. donavi49 15 February 2020 15: 24 New
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      It is exported. To Azerbaijan, for example.


      It’s just expensive, very expensive. Those who need amphibians make them themselves or pick up small ones. Similarly with firefighters. There are very few countries where the Be-200 can realize itself. But in driving even the ministry a thread of Portugal into a deep minus - it’s easy even with 3-4 your planes.

      If there are rivers and fires, then they take the world's most successful fire-engine CL-215 (4900l) and its CL-415 (5900l), and the new generation 515 is in development. Cheaper, cheaper to operate, water is taken from the river heap.


      The American company SGAS - seems to have finalized the first batch of 4 cars. But to say that the delivery will take place better in fact. For politics. Everyone can win back. However, they have a fundamentally different approach - they make a Hub, will keep 2 aircraft in the GHG, the rest are in storage in hangars (to varying degrees of readiness according to the regulations). When it burns, they are going to lease a Be-200 with crews and technicians to the state that is burning for denyuzhku. If many states are on fire or heavily, then they will introduce more and more equipment. However, here again the emphasis is on personnel - pilots will have to pay a salary, but you can’t rent a week from a Boeing or a market. For the aircraft is specific.
      1. Whalebone 15 February 2020 16: 07 New
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        In addition to extinguishing, there is also a rescue function, here the Be-200 should be out of competition, because it is fast and distant. Therefore, countries with developed maritime passenger transport such aircraft are needed. I'm talking about Indonesia, for example. Or the Caribbean.
        1. Alexey RA 16 February 2020 18: 12 New
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          Quote: Whalebone
          In addition to extinguishing, there is also a rescue function, here the Be-200 should be out of competition, because it is fast and distant.

          The ambush is that ships are in distress, often in circumstances where a seaplane cannot land on water.
    6. NEXUS 15 February 2020 20: 37 New
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      Quote: Whalebone
      And it’s strange that they don’t export,

      One in Azeibadzhan, transferred back in 2008 ...
      Indonesia - On October 30, 2015, the Indonesian government allocated funds for the acquisition of four Be-200ES.

      China - On November 2, 2016, a contract was signed for the supply of two Be-200 amphibious aircraft to China, with an option for another 2 aircraft.

      USA USA flag. Seaplane Global Air Services ordered 10 aircraft. Under the terms of the contract, the first two aircraft will be equipped with Ukrainian D-436TP engines, and the rest will be installed in the SaM146 model of Russian-French production. Deliveries of the Be-200 to an American company will begin in 2020-2021.

      Chilean flag of Chile (Asesorias CBP Ltda) - 2 planes ordered (although the country had previously wanted to buy 5 planes.
  5. TAMBU 15 February 2020 13: 38 New
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    What engines did it take off on? The news is not indicated. On banned SaMs or counterfeit 436?
    1. donavi49 15 February 2020 15: 10 New
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      These are on regular engines of 2013-14 supply, even under the first contract. In fact, this aircraft is also bookmarked in 2013 if that. Just MO tired of waiting and it broke the contract in 17. And now renegotiated using components and touched the first contract.
      1. TAMBU 16 February 2020 14: 53 New
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        that is, on pre-purchased 436s?
        It’s just not clear how and who will serve them ... the resource is certainly not bad, but it will end sooner or later ...
  6. Ros 56 15 February 2020 13: 57 New
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    Handsome, and will find and save.
  7. Andrei from Chelyabinsk 15 February 2020 14: 02 New
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    As a rescuer, it won’t work, but how a fireman can be good.
    1. Alexey RA 16 February 2020 18: 19 New
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      Quote: Andrey from Chelyabinsk
      As a rescuer, it won’t work, but how a fireman can be good.

      Like a fireman, too big.
      He needs too large a straight section for water intake. The Yankees on this burned with their four-engine amphibians. In theory, a large amphibian discharges more water. In practice, small twin engines took water almost near the source of ignition, while large ones had to fly to large reservoirs. And because of greater turnover, small amphibians dumped more water per day.
      The second drawback of the size is the large drop height. A trifle walked literally through the tops of trees. And large airplanes over rough terrain were forced to dump water from a safe height - so as not to crash into the hill in smoke.
      1. Andrei from Chelyabinsk 16 February 2020 18: 27 New
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        Quote: Alexey RA
        Like a fireman, too big.

        So I have such suspicions ....
        Quote: Alexey RA
        The second drawback of the size is the large drop height.

        I don’t argue either. Therefore, he wrote "may be good." Alas, it may not be ...
  8. askort154 15 February 2020 14: 12 New
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    Whaley. And it is strange that they do not supply for export, because there are just no analogues here, this time without exaggeration.

    There is an analogue, and with higher rates, both in terms of "seaworthiness", and in range, and in take-off mass, and in operating time - the Japanese US-2.
    (Moreover, it has 5 engines). yes hi
    1. Whalebone 15 February 2020 16: 15 New
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      The Japanese are slower, less maneuverable. And most importantly, 2 times more expensive.
  9. Oberst_71 15 February 2020 14: 23 New
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    Can replace the Be-12. And then in the late 80s was supposed to replace
  10. rudolff 15 February 2020 14: 33 New
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    Search and rescue with fire extinguishing function. Curiously, are the water tanks dismantled or does he constantly carry them around with him? Too bad the tail ramp is not. Landing on water is not always possible, and not every load can be dropped through the side door.
    1. Gray brother 15 February 2020 14: 49 New
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      Quote: rudolff
      Search and rescue with fire extinguishing function.

      I think that constantly.
      I don’t even need to know why the military needs to modify the "emergency", there are more interesting patrolmen there.
      1. donavi49 15 February 2020 14: 59 New
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        Not. There is a PS option - but not in the hardware. The project is also not finite. That is, it is necessary to complete the project, release documentation, assemble an experimental board, fly it off. And all this for money of the Moscow Region and for infinite time.

        Moscow Region has already been taught the first order (2013), where neither planes nor money really came out. Ordered what is in the series. And then it goes with a delay.
    2. Lelik76 16 February 2020 02: 35 New
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      Water is collected in the compartments of the boat (in the middle of the fuselage) and hatches are made to discharge water. This is the structural power scheme of the fuselage. Inside the cabin are only tanks (6 tanks of 200 liters) for the chemical. fluids are a foaming agent that can be removed. Dropping through the side is certainly inconvenient, and in flight you probably can’t open it, but the inflatable motor is equipped with a pumping system on board from the engines (SCR) and normally it is pushed out through the open hatch. But it’s possible to just load containers for water collection, but due to design features, the size of the containers should be approximately 50 * 50 * 100-150 cm. And there are no devices to reset. I just at one time there a chemical supply system. liquid mounted, climbed in these compartments abound
      1. rudolff 16 February 2020 10: 39 New
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        It somehow didn’t occur to me that the water could be drawn into the compartments of the boat. I thought how, in the 76th Ile, the tanks were simply on the cargo deck. Curious. That is, if the engines fail for some reason during the intake of water, will it just drown?
        Of course, the large front right door in flight cannot be opened. If it was even movable or inward. And so, outward up ...
        N-yes ... the lifeguard from him is so-so. If a situation arises similar or similar to Komsomolets, he can do little to help. Landing is problematic. Wave, high probability of freezing. And dumping large inflatable rafts is problematic.
        The question is, in what quality is it going to exploit its MO? Looks like pure fireman.
        A patrol or PLO to replace the Seagull will require at least a separate technical design, and maybe R&D.
        1. Lelik76 16 February 2020 16: 24 New
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          It doesn’t drown, it draws water through a water intake device and water compartments with 5 frames each, and there are 60 of them in the boat’s hull with something if the memory serves. Enough buoyancy, I think, even with full tanks. You can also fill up with water at the airfield there the onboard connector is similar in type to hydrant cranes. I do not remember seaworthiness like 3 points. Passenger doors 2 sliding. and 2 emergency hinged in the cargo hatch and from the port side. Well, as a rescue all the same, there is a thermal imager in the same place, for PLO, of course, a sickly such OCD will have to be muddied.
  11. Andrey Mikhaylov 15 February 2020 14: 35 New
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    It was the problems. With the engine that was the reason for the delay. Thank God they solved it.
    1. sergevl 15 February 2020 15: 04 New
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      On the fuselage, I would draw a portrait of Putin, and on the other hand, Medvedev.
      And everything was decided with the engine, approximately how Ukrainians got out of gas with gas, they would buy the engine in Belarus and, as it were, produce it in Europe.
    2. donavi49 15 February 2020 15: 05 New
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      Where does the information come from because of the engine ??? The basic failure of the contract occurred due to extremely optimistic estimates on the timing of the conversion of pilot production into serial. Irkut demanded that the leadership rid him of limited-edition aircraft, otherwise there would be no MC21. The management transferred the aircraft to the Beriev base plant and gave money for the deployment of pilot production in serial.

      The result - a blockage, courts with the Ministry of Defense and the Ministry of Emergencies. But now they have launched production and more or less assembly is in progress.

      Engines for the entire first MOshny order were put before the sanctions. Therefore, this should not be a problem. There is even a reserve (and you can also dismantle the An-148, donkeys don’t fly anyway now because of difficulties in maintaining airworthiness).
      1. sergevl 15 February 2020 15: 55 New
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        Purely theoretically, d436 can be sold to China, and from there to Russia)
        Threat type certificate for 148 like transferred to Voronezh?
        1. donavi49 15 February 2020 17: 05 New
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          Well, this does not solve the problem of servicing Ukrainian components, their routine maintenance and the supply of spare parts. Even customers who can close their eyes to the certificate have airworthiness problems.
  12. bars1 15 February 2020 16: 05 New
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    Like ,, eggplant "coloring aircraft of the Navy! Without sarcasm, if that.
  13. Zaurbek 15 February 2020 16: 32 New
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    They were transferred to Irkutsk, sort of.?
    1. Lelik76 16 February 2020 02: 28 New
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      We in Irkutsk have the first experimental and 302 more machines for the Ministry of Emergencies. Then they transferred all the equipment, documentation and the details to their homeland in Taganrog.
  14. Tests 15 February 2020 16: 56 New
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    Dear visitors, “VO”, I'm sorry that this is not a topic at all, BUT ... How can a lifeguard plane land and take off at a sea level of 3 points, I understand correctly? And does anyone know: the WIG of the project 09037 that in 2016 was pumped out of the shop into the territory of the Red Sormov is it alive or cut into metal? And at what wave of the sea could an ekranoplane take people from a life raft or from a boat to take it aboard? I recall that in 2000, after the death of the Kursk, they promised to complete the ekranoplan-rescuer for the Northern Fleet in 2-3 years. Almost 20 years have passed and ....
  15. camo ridges 15 February 2020 19: 05 New
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    . Interesting, but for landing under certain circumstances
    is its use possible?
  16. Talgat 148 15 February 2020 20: 33 New
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    When will the patrol, anti-submarine version appear?! ...
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