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Open Joint Stock Company «Orsha Aircraft Repair Plant» (OJSC «Orsha Aircraft Repair Plant») is a leading enterprise in the Republic of Belarus to implement overhaul of various modifications of Mi-8 (Mi-17) helicopters, Mi-24 (Mi-35) helicopters.

The company has Overhaul and Repair Station Certificate №SPR-12, issued by Aviation Register of Interstate Aviation Committee, which provides the right to perform overhaul and modification of Mi-8 (Мi-17) helicopters of various modifications according to the developer’s documentation, Certificate of International Standard on Quality Management System ISO 9001:2008, Certificate of conformity certification system in the civil aviation of the Russian Federation to perform overhaul of Mi-8 helicopters of various modifications and their components, License to carry out activities related to military goods and Certificate to engage in foreign trade in specific goods (works, services) issued by State Military Industrial Committee of the Republic of Belarus, which gives the right to repair Mi-24 (Mi-35) helicopters.

OJSC «Orsha Aircraft Repair Plant» signed contracts for engineering and advisory support for repair of "Mi" helicopters with the developer - JSC "Mil Moscow Helicopter Plant" and with manufacturers: JSC "Kazan Helicopters", JSC “Rostvertol”.

The main repair and maintenance of helicopters is carried out in two hangars - the largest specialized facilities for repair of aircraft in the Republic of Belarus. The hangar number 1 allows to repair IL-76 class airplanes, the useful area - 7100 sq.m. (the production area - 3900 sq.m.). The hangar number 2 allows to repair Tu-134 class airplanes and helicopters of all types. The useful area - 12800 sq.m. (the production area - 7200 sq.m.).

The company also has an aerodrome (Class "B"), which is certified for operation of airplanes An-124, IL-76 and the lower class, all types of helicopters.

Currently, the company has facilities and highly qualified specialists capable in the shortest time to learn and fulfill repair of modern aircraft equipment.

The close location to a major railway junction of the city of Orsha and international road routes makes it possible to receive and send (for repair and after repair) aviation equipment and property not only by air, but also ground transportation.