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Plane crash of the Tu-154M at Domodedovo airport. 2010
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Plane crash of the Tu-154M at Domodedovo airport. 2010

Plane crash of the Tu-154M airlines South East Airlines at Domodedovo airport

  • Date of the crash: 04.12.2010

  • The time of the crash: 14: 36

  • Country air crash: Russia

  • Place the plane crash: airport Moscow (Domodedovo)

  • Type of aircraft: Tu-154M

  • Registration of aircraft: RA85744

  • Aviation company name: South East Airlines (Dagestan Airlines)

  • Flight: YUH372

Chronology of events:

For 1,5 seconds before touching the crew, the steering wheel column turned "on itself" to the stop and the engine control lever No. 2 moved to the 0 position. The first touch on the ground surface was carried by the wheels of the main left landing gear of the aircraft to the eastern part of the planned ground section of the flying field at 88 on the right of the center line at 350 m from the output end of the 32R strip. The plane through 12 m touched the ground with the main right support of the chassis. The aircraft at a distance of 137 m from the output end crossed the strip to the left to the right and entered the CPB. The aircraft at a distance of 60 m from the output end touched the ground for the first time by the front support of the chassis. The aircraft at a distance of 165 m from the input end started the forward part of the fuselage to touch the ground when the front landing gear was broken. Further movement along the ground lasted with a deviation to the left of the axis of the strip. At a distance of 590 m from the exit end of the strip and to the left of the extended axis of the strip the aircraft demolished two MRC signaling supports, whose height reached 3 m. After another 175 m the aircraft collided with an earth embankment that was overgrown with young trees, the steepness of which was 30 degrees and the height up to 6 M ,. The plane stopped on the embankment. The fuselage broke in two in the area of ​​32 and 34 frames. The keel, the stabilizer, the elevator, the right wing plane, when colliding with the embankment, separated. The end part of the left plane was broken off when it collided on the top of the embankment with a metal truss. The detached front part of the fuselage is largely deformed and was at 1175 m from the point of the first touch of the ground by airplane (825 m from the exit end of the 32R strip), at 63 m on the left of the continuation of the axis of the strip and 9 m from the reinforced concrete fence of the outer fence of the airport. There was no fire. Killed two passengers who were on the ground 3B and 1. 33 passenger and 6 crew members were seriously injured. 53 passenger got off with minor injuries.

Plane crash of the Tu-154M at Domodedovo airport. 2010

Data on victims:

  • Total on board were people 171: 8 163 crew members and passengers. Total killed 2 people: 2 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

Data on the plane:

  • Type of aircraft: Tu-154M

  • Aircraft ID: RA85744

  • Country where registered aircraft: Russia

  • Date of manufacture of the aircraft: 08.09.1992

  • Serial number of the aircraft :: 92A927

  • Hours aircraft: 9290

  • The cycles of use of the aircraft: 2985

Flight data:

  • Flight: YUH372

  • Tour type: Regular passenger

  • Aviation Company: South East Airlines (Dagestan Airlines)

  • The country, which was registered aviation company: Russia

  • I flew from Moscow (Vnukovo)

  • Flying in: Makhachkala

  • Original item: Moscow (Vnukovo)

  • A final point: Makhachkala

Additional information:

Plane crash of the Tu-154M at Domodedovo airport. 2010

Information about the crew:

  • KBC Zakarzha Magomedovich Zakarzhaev

  • the co-pilot Magomed Shamalov Bagavutdinovich

  • navigator Maron Mansurovich Kampala

  • Flight Engineer Vladimir Petrovich Schetinin

  • flight attendants:

  • Alexander K. Matiushenko

  • Alexander Mishin

  • Kamil Aliyev

  • Jeanne Arslanalieva

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