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Plane crash A-310-300 in Irkutsk. 2006
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Plane crash A-310-300 in Irkutsk. 2006

Plane crash A-310-300 airline "Siberia" in Irkutsk

  • Date of the crash: 09.07.2006 of

  • Country of the crash: Russia

  • Location of the crash: Irkutsk airport

  • aircraft Brand: Airbus A-310-300

  • Registration of aircraft: FOGYP

  • Name of air carrier: Siberia (S7)

  • Flight: S7778

Data on victims:

  • Total on board were people 203: 8 195 crew members and passengers. Total killed 125 people: crew 5, 120 passengers.

Details of the crash:

  • Phase of flight: landing or mileage

  • Identified causes of the crash: crew error

  • The organization, which investigated plane crash: MAK

  • Plane crash A-310-300 in Irkutsk. 2006

Data on the plane:

  • Brand aircraft: Airbus A-310-300

  • Aircraft ID: FOGYP

  • Country where registered aircraft: France

  • Date of manufacture of the aircraft: 1987

  • Serial number of the aircraft :: 442

Flight data:

  • Flight: S7778

  • Tour type: Regular passenger

  • Aviation Company: Sibir (S7)

  • The country, which was registered aviation company: Russia

  • I flew from Moscow (Domodedovo)

  • Flying in: Irkutsk

  • Original item: Moscow (Domodedovo)

  • A final point: Irkutsk

details

The control lever of the left engine was accidentally moved by the commander when controlling the reverse control lever of the second engine. In the absence of proper information and control from the co-pilot for the parameters of the engines and the speed of the aircraft, having an extensive time reserve in order to recognize the situation, the crew did not take the necessary measures to transfer engine No. 1 to "small gas" or turn off the engine. The Commission also expressed the view that the engine control lever could spontaneously move in the conditions of shaking, negative traction during braking, and, probably, a small effort to move the engine control lever.

Additional information:

Information about the crew:

  • KBC Sergey G. Shibanov

  • The co-pilot Vladimir G. Black

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