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The collision of two Tu-134A near Dneprodzerzhinsk. 1979
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The collision of two Tu-134A near Dneprodzerzhinsk. 1979

The collision of two Tu-134A Belarusian and Moldovan CAA GA RPO near Dneprodzerzhinsk. The death of the football team "Pakhtakor"

  • Date of the crash: 11.08.1979 of

  • Time of the crash: 13:35

  • Country of the crash: the USSR

  • Location of the crash: Ukrainian SSR, Dnipropetrovsk region, near the village. Kurilovka, Nikolaevka and Elizavetovka Petrikov district

  • aircraft Brand: Tu-134A

  • number 1 registration of the aircraft: SSSR65735

  • Name of air carrier: Aeroflot (USSR)

  • Subdivision: CAA Belarus, Minsk JSC

  • Flight: 7880

  • number 2 registration of the aircraft: SSSR65816

  • Name of air carrier: Aeroflot (USSR)

  • Subdivision: Moldovan RPO HA of Chisinau

  • Flight: 7628

Chronology of events:

Tu-134A No. 65816 in the air collapsed into the following main parts - the center wing with parts of the SCHC, the right engine, the left landing gear, the middle part of the fuselage. All the elements were burnt completely on the ground after the fall; - left engine and part of the nacelle and part of the fuselage frame (found in 600 m south of the place of the center drop on the bank of the Dnieper on a sandy beach); - Left-handed PEN (in 1600 m to the north-west); - the right rack of the chassis (found in the Dnieper in 950 m to the south); - the right PEC (in 650 m to the north); - tail unit: stabilizer, keel, tail of fuselage from frame No.55 with auxiliary power unit (in 1200 m to the north-west); - the lower part of the fuselage from 8 to 15 frames, the front landing gear; - the lower part of the fuselage from the frame number 15 to the center wing; - the forward part of the fuselage, completely destroyed by separate elements.

Tu-134A №65735 collapsed into two parts: - the wings, fuselage, the bottom of the keel, power plants, fell together and burned in a fire on the earth; -verh keel to the top of the stabilizer and rudder (fell in 1500 nga m southeast of the main part).

The collision of two Tu-134A near Dneprodzerzhinsk. 1979

Data on victims:

  • Total on board were people 178: 13 165 crew members and passengers. Total killed 178 people: crew 13, 165 passengers.

Details of the crash:

  • Phase of flight: Horizontal (cruising) flight

  • Identify the causes of the crash: ATC error

Data on the plane:

  • number 1 Brand aircraft Tu-134A

  • Aircraft ID: SSSR65735

  • Country where registered aircraft: the USSR

  • Date of manufacture of the aircraft: 05.11.1971

  • The serial number of the aircraft: 1351405

  • Hours aircraft: 10753

  • The cycles of use of the aircraft: 7075

  • Engines: PM PM 06302031 06402082

  • number2 Brand aircraft Tu-134A

  • Aircraft ID: SSSR65816

  • Country where registered aircraft: the USSR

  • Date of manufacture of the aircraft: 24.03.1974

  • The serial number of the aircraft: 4352210

  • Hours aircraft: 12739

  • The cycles of use of the aircraft: 7683

  • Engines: PM PM 07102040 08102060

Flight data:

  • numberFlight 1: 7880

  • Tour type: Regular passenger

  • The aviation company Aeroflot (USSR)

  • Division: CAA Belarus, Minsk JSC

  • The country, which was registered aviation company: USSR

  • Flying from: Donetsk

  • Flying in: Minsk (Minsk-1)

  • Original item: Tashkent (Yuzhny)

  • A final point: Minsk (Minsk-1)

  • number Flight 2: 7628

  • Tour type: Regular passenger

  • The aviation company Aeroflot (USSR)

  • Division: Moldovan RPO HA of Chisinau

  • The country, which was registered aviation company: USSR

  • Flying from: Voronezh (Chertovitskoe)

  • I flew to Chisinau

  • Original item: Chelyabinsk (Balandino)

  • A final point: Chisinau

Additional information:

Information about the crew:

  • number1 KBC Anatoly Stepanovich Komarov

  • the co-pilot Sergey Petrosyan

  • navigator Nicholas Schiper

  • mechanic Egor Sidorovich Simakov

  • radio operator Yuri Smirnov

  • Flight attendant Lyudmila Laptev

  • Flight Natalia Gapanovich

  • number2 KBC Arkhipovich Alex Taranenko

  • the co-pilot, Valentin Nikonorovich Tarasenko

  • navigator Anatoly Ivashchenko

  • mechanic Vladimir Butyrskiy

  • Flight MG Balan

  • Flight AE Gonta

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