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Plane crash Yak-40 Airport Ust-Kut. 1976
Plane crash Yak-40 Airport Ust-Kut. 1976

Plane crash Yak-40 BC CAA in Ust-Kut Airport

Date of the crash: 17.12.1976 of

Time of the crash: 19:40

Country of the crash: the USSR

Location of the crash: Airport Ust-Kut

aircraft Brand: Yak-40

Registration of aircraft: SSSR88208

Name of air carrier: Aeroflot (USSR)

Subdivision: East Siberian CAA of Bratsk

Chronology of events:

The plane losing altitude and increasing speed, a minute later, 1 from takeoff crashed into a tree at a distance of 1500 m from the end strip and the right of the axis m 71. The first encounter took place with trees at an altitude of 11m (4m above the level from the beginning of the take-off strip), angle of descent -5 degrees. Then the plane fell into the forest, completely destroyed and on fire. The clash with the land held in 77 m from the first collision with obstacles. The spread of the wreckage was 300h50 m. The co-pilot filed signs of life, but after a few hours in the hospital died. Other members of the crew and passengers died on the spot. The coordinates of the crash site - 105 ° 43'36 "east longitude, 56 ° 51'20" north latitude.

Data on victims:

Total on board were people 7: 3 4 crew members and passengers. Total killed 7 people: crew 3, 4 passengers.

Details of the crash:

Phase of flight: climb

Identified causes of the crash: crew error

Data on the plane:

aircraft Brand: Yak-40

Aircraft ID: SSSR88208

Country where registered aircraft: the USSR

Date of manufacture of the aircraft: 23.08.1976

The serial number of the aircraft: 9631349

Hours aircraft: 327

The cycles of use of the aircraft: 348

Engines: H H 5622119 5622076 5622085 H

Flight data:

Tour type: Cargo

The aviation company Aeroflot (USSR)

Division: East Siberian CAA of Bratsk

The country, which was registered aviation company: USSR

Flying from Ust-Kut

Flying in: Kirensk

Original item: Ust-Kut

A final point: Kirensk

Additional information:

Information about the crew:

KBC Anatoly Skarga

the co-pilot Yuri Ermak

flight engineer Vitaly Gavrilov


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