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They tried to smuggle a Ka-26 helicopter from Ukraine using fake documents

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They tried to smuggle a Ka-26 helicopter from Ukraine using fake documents

Unusual contraband was discovered by the State Border Guard Service of Ukraine on the border with Hungary. This is reported by the Ukrainian edition of "Strana", citing sources in the border department.


At the Tisa checkpoint, border guards were checking a Ka-26 helicopter being transported across the border. They found that the documents for the helicopter contain false information about the manufacturer. The cargo was detained, after which a forensic expert arrived at the scene. He also made sure that the documents were fake.

The helicopter has now been seized by the border guards. According to the Ukrainian edition, the cost of such an air vehicle is about 1 million hryvnia. Ka-26 is a Soviet multipurpose helicopter. It was developed back in the 1960s. A total of 816 helicopters of this type were produced. They were delivered to 14 countries of the world.


Usually the Ka-26 was used for civilian purposes. But it is known that helicopters of this type were in service with the air forces of Bulgaria and Hungary, as well as the police departments of the GDR and even the FRG.

Who and why tried to take the Ka-26 from Ukraine to Hungary is not reported. But it is clear that if helicopters can be transported across the Ukrainian border using forged documents, then what can we say about, say, small arms. There is no doubt that hundreds and even thousands of units weapons could already “disappear” in Ukraine. They can now be sold both to developing countries and to European criminal groups.
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  1. tralflot1832
    tralflot1832 23 December 2022 20: 15
    +6
    From which museum in the Ukrainian region was it stolen? As if every Ukrainian has a KA 26 in the yard.
    1. svp67
      svp67 23 December 2022 23: 35
      +3
      Quote: tralflot1832
      It’s as if every Ukrainian has a KA 26 in the yard.

      Well, apparently some of them definitely had it ... like some of the Russians

      if helicopters can take out across the Ukrainian border on forged documents
      So it seems like they didn’t take him out ... They also tried to take out a lot of forbidden things across our border, and not always successfully.
      Yes, and the weapon clearly goes through other channels ... Suffice it to recall the unlucky Polish policeman
      1. zenion
        zenion 24 December 2022 16: 46
        0
        It's time to know that in Ukraine, in every palace of pioneers, amateurs made such helicopters to transport piglets to the fair. Koshtuvaly stench is not expensive - the dance of the self-goy danka of the beetroot is great.
        1. svp67
          svp67 24 December 2022 17: 18
          0
          Quote: zenion
          It's time to already know that in Ukraine in every palace of pioneers

          And for this it was worth moving from "NA" to "B" ...
    2. 4ekist
      4ekist 24 December 2022 00: 02
      -1
      The Ka-26 is still working on the fields as an aviation chemical, and as a search and rescue vessel too.
      1. ilya.muromczev2013
        ilya.muromczev2013 24 December 2022 02: 58
        +2
        I haven't seen the Ka-26 anywhere since the 90s. A long time ago, its new "versions" have been operating the Ka-226: those are - yes, quite a modern, normal helicopter (by the way, with interchangeable modules) ...
        1. sifgame
          sifgame 24 December 2022 13: 37
          +4
          I saw the Ka-26 relatively recently, although I live in Bashkiria, in general, it is initially modular.
          1. zenion
            zenion 24 December 2022 16: 50
            -2
            Not modular, but medal. Yogo can easily be kupyty, or vkrasty. A real gentleman, we call it not a gentleman, as if there is no such thing in the podvirs of a new one. They buy yih, or steal, the stakes of the sky are broken off and prepared for a catch, otherwise there are three stars for the wife.
  2. voice of reason
    voice of reason 23 December 2022 20: 16
    +1
    Svidomo are already solidifying their heels, run away and grab what is badly lying ...
  3. Ulan.1812
    Ulan.1812 23 December 2022 20: 17
    +6
    Feast in Time of Plague. Everything for sale - walk flaw.
  4. Li17
    Li17 23 December 2022 20: 20
    +3
    That's interesting, from wikipedia
    "In Moldova, during a special operation, an illegally operating mini-plant was discovered that produced helicopters for illegal deliveries to the CIS countries, the press service of the Moldovan Prosecutor General's Office said on Tuesday. "An underground helicopter plant operated in the Security Zone on the banks of the Dniester, 50 km from Chisinau . Helicopters similar in modification to the Ka-26 were assembled on it. Helicopters were illegally exported to the market of the CIS countries. Most of the helicopters involved in the production, including the organizers and management of the enterprise, are residents of Pridnestrovie" (2020)"
    So simple as AK, to be sure ...
    1. Aviator_
      Aviator_ 23 December 2022 20: 32
      +12
      similar in modification to the Ka-26. Helicopters were illegally exported to the market of the CIS countries. Most of the helicopters involved in the production, including the organizers and management of the enterprise, are residents of Pridnestrovie" (2020)"
      So simple as AK, to be sure ...
      Brad from Wiki. To assemble a coaxial circuit in the garage that is not used anywhere else? Stanislavsky comes to mind immediately.
      1. topol717
        topol717 23 December 2022 21: 49
        -3
        And what is so complicated about the coaxial scheme? It is difficult to invent it, it is difficult to calculate, it is difficult to bring it to mind, and ready-made time-tested parts can be stamped in any basement, which is what the craftsmen do. By the way, for me, the kinematics of the VCR was a little more complicated than that of the KA-26 screws, but the VMs were spanked in every Chinese basement, although I note that there was plastic, and here it is necessary to sharpen aluminum and steel on machines. Or maybe even simpler, they ordered spare parts somewhere in Europe, and they just assembled them at home.
        1. Mitia68
          Mitia68 23 December 2022 22: 13
          +2
          ready-made time-tested parts can be stamped in any basement


          With the necessary accuracy and from the necessary steel?!

          ... distinguished by the complexity of production, repair and maintenance ...

          Practical aerodynamics of the Ka-26 helicopter / K.N. Laletin. - M .: "Transport", 1974.
          1. topol717
            topol717 23 December 2022 22: 30
            +1
            Quote from Mitia68
            Practical aerodynamics of the Ka-26 helicopter / K.N. Laletin. - M .: "Transport", 1974.

            Only 50 years have passed. Of course, nothing has changed in 50 years. I am already silent about the fact that various metal alloys have become more accessible. And I’ll tell you a terrible secret, universal CNC machines are now available in almost every auto repair shop.
            1. Rostislav
              Rostislav 23 December 2022 23: 23
              +4
              The right hands are needed, CNC machines alone are not enough. I constantly order parts for non-standard equipment, so "craftsmen" on the most advanced CNC machines can screw up anything.
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              2. Bad_gr
                Bad_gr 23 December 2022 23: 47
                +3
                Quote from: topol717
                And what is so complicated about the coaxial scheme?
                1. topol717
                  topol717 24 December 2022 00: 04
                  0
                  In a conventional helicopter, everything is the same, only 2 times smaller.
                  And I hope you understand the difference between inventing - checking - making and banal copying on modern equipment?
        2. sifgame
          sifgame 24 December 2022 13: 40
          +3
          This is genius!!! There is nothing complicated in the coaxial scheme, and then the author of the post explains all the difficulties)))) And compares the kinematics of the helicopter with a VCR!
  5. YanniKounnar
    YanniKounnar 23 December 2022 20: 21
    +4
    Ce n'est pas la première fois il ya quelques années un hélicoptère de "combat" a ainsi "disparu".
    Comme avaient disparu deux avions sur un lot de 50 qui étaient revenus en Ukraine pour révision...
    Un jour proche nous aurons un attentat très meurtrier commis avec des armes OTAN "détournées" vers des terroristes...

    yandex
    This is not the first time a "combat" helicopter has "disappeared" in this way a few years ago.
    How two planes from a batch of 50 disappeared, which returned to Ukraine for overhaul...
    One day we will have a very deadly terrorist attack carried out with NATO weapons "redirected" to the terrorists...
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  6. RoTTor
    RoTTor 23 December 2022 20: 23
    +2
    The kleptomania pandemic in Ukraine is only growing: under the guise of war, stealing is even more convenient.
    Theft has recently become the main feature of the nat there. character.
    Recently, another half-stolen helicopter by ours in a container at the Odessa customs
    1. Egoza
      Egoza 23 December 2022 20: 33
      +4
      Quote: RoTTor
      Recently, another half-stolen helicopter by ours in a container at the Odessa customs

      No, well, strange people! Maybe a man wanted to give his mother-in-law so that she would fly on 6 acres of her own, and then once - and they detained her! So write right away how much you need to pay at customs, and there will be no finds.
      1. Rustic
        Rustic 23 December 2022 21: 53
        +2
        No, well, strange people! Maybe a man wanted to give his mother-in-law so that she would fly on 6 acres of her own, and then once - and they detained her!
        So the customs have the same mother-in-law. And they think they need it more. So it turned out that the price of transporting a helicopter is just the same helicopter. laughing
    2. Rustic
      Rustic 23 December 2022 21: 50
      +4
      Theft has recently become the main feature of the nat there. character.
      Forced to disappoint you. Theft has always been a main feature there, along with greed.
  7. Cat Alexandrovich
    Cat Alexandrovich 23 December 2022 20: 33
    +4
    ... documents for the helicopter contain false information about the manufacturer ...
    What did the Ukrainians write? "Made in Japan"? laughing
    1. Bad_gr
      Bad_gr 23 December 2022 23: 53
      +2
      Quote: Cat Alexandrovich
      ... documents for the helicopter contain false information about the manufacturer ...
      What did the Ukrainians write? "Made in Japan"? laughing
      Made in Lapland for Father Christmas
  8. solar
    solar 23 December 2022 20: 40
    0
    with fake documents can take out helicopters

    judging by the text of the article, they just can’t
  9. Vic Vic
    Vic Vic 23 December 2022 20: 41
    +2
    "... if helicopters can be transported across the Ukrainian border using forged documents, then what can we say about, say, small arms"
    What does "may be exported" mean? From the same text it follows that they just cannot.
  10. air wolf
    air wolf 23 December 2022 21: 02
    +2
    Piloted for two years wink so he has an engine resource of 300 hours, then a major overhaul and so on up to 1500 thousand, then for replacement, the airframe resource is 20 years, if it just stood even in the hangar, and if it flew, then according to engine hours.
    Conclusion, the price for him is 1 mln rub as a monument to aviation laughing
    1. vovochkarzhevsky
      vovochkarzhevsky 23 December 2022 21: 12
      -1
      So this is still according to Soviet standards. Now our resources are being extended, especially since the equipment of those years is of high quality.
    2. Bolt cutter
      Bolt cutter 23 December 2022 22: 54
      +2
      as a monument to aviation
      Most likely a private collector from Europe tried to hurry up.
    3. Maxim G
      Maxim G 24 December 2022 03: 42
      +1
      Quote: air wolf
      Conclusion, the price for him is 1 mln rub as a monument to aviation

      It depends on the state.
      And if he really didn’t fly, or flew a little.
      That is gold in price.
      Airplanes from the Second World War, owned by private collectors, fly.

      The French helicopter Alouette III was completed in 1985, the farewell ceremony for the last helicopters in the Navy was held on December 09, 2022.
  11. zloybond
    zloybond 23 December 2022 21: 11
    -2
    wassat Oops! AFtor! Are you from Odessa? In Russian schools and universities they teach you to write correctly not "From Ukraine", but "from Ukraine".... I don't understand editors!!!!??? Are you and a dwarf for one???? good
    1. Rustic
      Rustic 23 December 2022 21: 58
      +3
      Or maybe the Ukrainians know better whether they are Ukrainians or not. They may not have such a game yet. After the decommunization of his brain, there was almost nothing left. laughing
    2. Petr_Koldunov
      Petr_Koldunov 24 December 2022 09: 42
      0
      Quote: zloybond
      In Russian schools and universities they teach to write correctly not "From Ukraine" but "from Ukraine"

      In Russian schools and universities they teach to write "FROM Ukraine" - contrary to the established norms of the Russian language ??? Admit it, are you kidding me?
  12. Fangaro
    Fangaro 23 December 2022 21: 13
    +1
    The more equipment and weapons from the territory of Ukraine "miraculously" move to European countries, the more often there will be shows with the use of this equipment and weapons in Western European countries.
    Distribute weapons to those who do not pay for them. Ukraine. And there will be a new Wild West. But in Europe.
  13. bbss
    bbss 23 December 2022 22: 17
    0
    This car is only interesting for museums.
  14. Napayz
    Napayz 23 December 2022 22: 54
    0
    Who and why tried to take out the Ka-26 of Of Ukraine ...
    don't documents (albeit fake ones) indicate the sender and recipient? what
    1. your1970
      your1970 23 December 2022 23: 23
      0
      Quote: Napayz
      Who and why tried to take out the Ka-26 of Of Ukraine ...
      don't documents (albeit fake ones) indicate the sender and recipient? what

      Firm "Horns and Hooves" described almost 100 years ago
      1. Napayz
        Napayz 24 December 2022 10: 54
        0
        Yes, at least "Tail and knees", these data are there)))))
        Whether they can be trusted is another matter. But at least something to start with. Again, the waybill, the "owner" of the car ... In general, there are clues for "digging".
        1. your1970
          your1970 24 December 2022 17: 11
          0
          Quote: Napayz
          Yes, at least "Tail and knees", these data are there)))))
          Whether they can be trusted is another matter. But at least something to start with. Again, the waybill, the "owner" of the car ... In general, there are clues for "digging".

          I don’t know about Ukraine, but the owner of the car says that he loaded it, received the documents, delivered it.
          It's none of my fucking business...
  15. Osipov9391
    Osipov9391 24 December 2022 00: 10
    +1
    Oh how! And then many thought that Soviet aircraft were being dragged from Europe to Ukraine, but here it turns out the other way around.
    And this will happen - Europe is full of collectors and small firms who would very much like to buy Su-27 or Su-24 for themselves for restoration.
    Or as a tutorial.
    And there are such in Ukraine in quantity.
    There are also engines from the Tu-160 and Tu-22M3, which Ukraine until 2006 exchanged with Russia for gas debts.
    A large amount of property in warehouses for the Tu-160 and Tu-95MS was also listed.

    About the helicopter. These still fly in Russia and you can meet them.
    In Romania, in the 90s, they tried to launch the production of its single-engine version with an Omsk gas turbine engine called the Ka-126.
    They made about a dozen cars and the project went into the furnace - it was not up to it then.
    Now the Ka-226 is operated in the state structures of Russia. Modification of this Ka-26, then
    American / English / French gas turbine engines were installed there.
    There was an attempt to make our engines for it and for Ansat, but not before 2024.
    For the West has stopped deliveries to Russia even of spare parts for these engines.
  16. tolmachiev51
    tolmachiev51 24 December 2022 03: 53
    0
    This is their national trait! Moreover, who are the "teachers"!? - swindlers and swindlers of a world scale from Fashington.