|Role||Light utility helicopter|
|National origin||Soviet Union|
|Developed from||Kamov Ka-15|
The Kamov Ka-18 (NATO reporting name Hog) was a Soviet four-seat utility helicopter that first flew in 1955. It was a development of the Kamov Ka-15, with a lengthened fuselage and a more powerful engine - the 190 kW (255 hp) Ivchenko AI-14V radial. Total production from Kamov was about 120.
Data from Soviet Transport Aircraft since 1945
Related development Ka-15 Related lists