At this location, they overhaul and repair Mil Mi-2’s, Mil Mi-8’s and Antonov An-2’s.
There is a large field on the right of the factory, from which they appear to scavenge parts for rework, along with dumping various odd frames such as L-29’s and PZL-104 Wilga’s, all of whom seem to be overtaken by the foliage :-).
We were allowed to wander pretty much anywhere on the field and through the factory building, with the exception of the line of Mil Mi-8’s waiting for re-utilization – I did, however, manage some distant shots.
There were many more ‘derelict’ airframes here than I show – but after a while, one airframe in disrepair looks much like another.
That said, the quality of the workmanship could easily be seen on the refurbished machines, particularly the An-2 in the workshop and the other bare airframes in there undergoing rework.
A very enjoyable visit.