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Plane crash of the Yak-40K Airport Khanty-Mansiysk. 1996
Plane crash of the Yak-40K Airport Khanty-Mansiysk. 1996

Plane crash of the Yak-40K Tyumenaviatrans airline at the airport in Khanty-Mansiysk

  • Date of the crash: 26.10.1996, the

  • The time of the crash: 20: 44

  • Country air crash: Russia

  • Location of the crash: Khanty-Mansiysk Airport

  • Type of aircraft: Yak-40K

  • Registration of aircraft: RA88257

  • Name of air carrier: Tyumenaviatrans

Chronology of events:

The crew was allowed to approach by OSP and the actual weather data, which provided horizontal visibility 5300 m and the lower boundary of cloudiness in 400 meters. But in the course of the approach took place deterioration of visibility due to snow started charging, in which the plane on preplant direct hit. The plane at a distance of about 3300 m to the strip center line across the strip and began to shift to the left. In 195 m 950 left and to the runway m helicopter pads located, the brightness of lights have been significantly higher than that of the strip lights. Under the conditions of poor visibility and the night due to heavy snow storm the crew mistakenly took for a working band helipads. At an altitude of about 120 m, located at a distance from the strip 2840 m (1800 m to helipads), the plane left evaded line planting rate on 60 m and located lower than the glide path to 30 m. The crew subsequently decrease, taking the Ipolosy helicopter parking lights, performed an S-shaped maneuver and flight path lined with respect to the longitudinal axis of the parking lots. With up to undershoot the runway 950 m and left of the axis m 159 190 crew at a speed of km / h to land on the helipad. When you run the crew noticed obstacles and to prevent a collision, he tried to turn away to the right plane, but a short distance and a huge speed was not given the opportunity to avoid the collision. The aircraft collided in series with three helicopters Mi-8T (RA22313, RA25144, RA25939, all the airlines' Tyumenaviatrans ") and crashed. The first two helicopters were destroyed, a third lost his tail boom. At Yak-40 destroyed the nose of the plane and the left wing torn off. The snow conditions the bottom edge of the clouds was 200 m, the actual appearance of 1400 m.

Plane crash of the Yak-40K Airport Khanty-Mansiysk. 1996

Data on victims:

  • Total on board were people 37: 4 33 crew members and passengers. Total killed 5 people: crew 3, 2 passengers.

Details of the crash:

  • Phase of flight: landing or mileage

  • Identified causes of the crash: crew error, error ATC

Data on the plane:

  • aircraft Brand: Yak-40K

  • ID of the aircraft: RA-88257

  • Country where registered aircraft: Russia

  • Date of manufacture of the aircraft: 12.03.1977

  • Serial number of the aircraft: 9711252

  • Hours aircraft: 21765

  • The cycles of use of the aircraft: 16947

Flight data:

  • Tour type: Regular passenger

  • Aviation Company: Tyumenaviatrans

  • The country, which was registered aviation company: Russia

  • Flying from: Tyumen (Roschino)

  • Flying in Khanty-Mansiysk

  • Original item: Tyumen (Roschino)

  • A final point: Khanty-Mansiysk

The details:

The findings, which investigated plane crash

The cause of the catastrophe was a combination of the following factors:

1) lack of crew information about the deterioration of visibility is less than the minimum airport during landing;

2) the continuation of the approach when you change the weather is less than the minimum visibility for the aerodrome;

3) including parking light helicopters exceeds much power strip lights, low visibility (snow charge), which triggered the crew on his erroneous perception of the lights of the strip when it is impossible to effectively control the movement of the aircraft after passing NDB.

Additional information:

Plane crash of the Yak-40K Airport Khanty-Mansiysk. 1996

Information about the crew:

  • KBC Valery K. Tabachenko

  • flight engineer Valery Igumenschev



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