|Main Rotor area||22.9m2|
|Weights and loads|
|Maximum at 500m||100km/h|
The KhAI-22, completed in 1968 by the KhAI Student Design Bureau, is a single-seat tubular frame construction helicopter. It was designed as a cheap instructional helicopter. The pilot's seat is fixed to the main rotor support and transmission. Engine (from the motorcycle) is placed in front by the pilot's feet.
Light weight tricycle undercarriage is fitted. The main rotor is of two-blade parallel-chord type with counterbalances.
KhAI-22A was presented at the Economic Achievements Exhibition in 1968, and year later small pre-production series were completed.
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