In Buryatia, made a hard landing passenger An-24, there are victims

The tragedy ended with the flight of the AN-24 aircraft of the Angara airline on the route Nizhneangarsk - Ulan-Ude.




According to the press secretary of the Government of Buryatia, Aleksey Fishev, one of the engines failed at AN-24 immediately after takeoff from the Nizhneangarsk airport of the Severobaikalsky district and the pilots decided to return to the airport.

During landing, for an unknown reason, the airliner rolled out of the runway to a distance of about 100 meters and crashed into technical construction, which led to a fire on board.


As a result, two pilots died, out of 43 passengers 19 were taken to the hospital in Nizhneangarsk with injuries of varying severity. Currently, rescuers and firefighters work at the scene of the tragedy.

One of the passengers of the flight took off landing from the cabin:


The circumstances of this tragedy are somewhat similar to the SSJ-100 crash at the Moscow Sheremetyevo airport, which occurred in May: problems during take-off and unsuccessful emergency landing.

Upon the incident, the East-Siberian SU CC in transport initiated a criminal case on violation of flight safety rules, which resulted in the death of people through negligence.

Accordingly, the Interstate Aviation Committee (IAC) and the territorial administration of the Federal Air Transport Agency will conduct their investigation into the causes of the tragedy.
  • Photos used: https://lenta.ru
Ad
The publication is looking for authors in the news and analytical departments. Requirements for applicants: literacy, responsibility, efficiency, inexhaustible creative energy, experience in copywriting or journalism, the ability to quickly analyze text and check facts, write concisely and interestingly on political and economic topics. The work is paid. Contact: [email protected]
7 comments
Information
Dear reader, to leave comments on the publication, you must to register.
I have an account? Sign in
  1. Oleg RB Offline Oleg RB
    Oleg RB (Oleg) 27 June 2019 09: 10
    0
    Very successful reliable aircraft.
    However years take their toll sad
    Yes, and the level of specialists ’hands each year is getting higher and higher and higher
  2. Sapsan136 Offline Sapsan136
    Sapsan136 (Sapsan136) 27 June 2019 09: 51
    +2
    This plane has never been successful. It had a heavy load on the wing, which virtually eliminated the possibility of planning and to the extreme made it difficult to fly on one engine. The quality of spare parts from Ukraine is worse than anywhere, the marriage is more than 60% .... In addition, the aircraft is already very old ... All this suggests that work on the IL-114 should be accelerated ...
    1. Oleg RB Offline Oleg RB
      Oleg RB (Oleg) 27 June 2019 17: 41
      0
      Pischak answered for me.
      I repeat only - a reliable successful aircraft.
  3. beeper Offline beeper
    beeper 27 June 2019 11: 04
    +2
    Not quite similar to the Superjet disaster, although they also returned with the maximum landing weight, but these pilots made a masterful landing, at the beginning of the runway and without amateurish "goats" - YOUNG PEOPLE, REAL FLIGHTS! EVERLASTING MEMORY!
    Reverse braking of the only working right propeller (this can also be seen by the shadow of the feathery left propeller) of the engine naturally demolished the plane from the runway (apparently not long enough in Nizhneangarsk, since the pilots had to brake so urgently, despite the obvious drift ??!).
    "An-24" was the very first plane on which I flew, as a child, and since then, in Soviet times, I flew them a lot. Among aircraft technicians, he received the nickname "Fantômas", due to the general bluish-gray color, reminiscent of the protagonist of the French TV series of the late 60s and early 70s. winked
    I was always calm when my airliner was An-24, and if there was a choice, I chose it, an amazingly reliable and flying would not have to urgently brake by the reverse of the propeller, then everything would have ended well!
    Eternal Memory Pilots! My sincere condolences to the families of the deceased, and Compassion to those who suffered in this plane crash.
    1. semsemch Offline semsemch
      semsemch 27 June 2019 18: 32
      0
      Quote: pishchak
      Reverse braking of the only working right propeller (this can also be seen by the shadow of the feathery left propeller) of the engine naturally demolished the plane from the runway (apparently not long enough in Nizhneangarsk, since the pilots had to brake so urgently, despite the obvious drift ??!).

      The length of the runway in Nizhneangarsk is 1653 m.
      Mileage An-24 (under normal conditions with a weight of 20 tons) 590 m.
      An-24 mileage (with non-flap release and a weight of 20 tons) 950 m.
      The run of the An-24 with the engines stopped along the dirt strip is about 800 m with a weight of 15,5 tons. On a hard-coated strip with a weight of 20 tons, about 1100 m.
      The strip should have been enough even without engine braking. Most likely, the start of the runway slipped, and the speed was probably too high. For every 10 km / h of speeding against the standard landing An-24, an additional 180 m of runway is needed. Therefore, most likely they began to slow down the engine. Probably too harsh for one engine, which is why the plane turned to the right.
      But these are only assumptions. Exactly everything can be determined only by a special commission.
      1. beeper Offline beeper
        beeper 27 June 2019 22: 45
        +2
        Thank you, dear Semsemch, for clarification and reference data! Landing speed was higher, which is understandable, with one engine running they flew and landed (in the passenger’s video, landing speed is clearly visible).
        The beginning of the strip for such a speed didn’t slip very much, almost at the very beginning they landed, and went on landing. It was nice to see the confident work of experienced pilots.
        With the reverse propeller thrust, not everything worked out, so a turboprop engine is not a piston, not abruptly, but rather smoothly changes its speed, i.e. the feedback between the control signal and the propulsion reaction is a priori inert, with delay, very good coordination of the control actions is needed, nothing is known about the presence of a crosswind ... and it is a pity that such a serious obstacle appeared on the way.
        More than once or twice I have observed training flights on the An-24 and An-26 with one engine deliberately stopped, these aircraft are quite adapted to such an "incident" and can withstand it with flying colors, as well as properly trained crews!
        This crew did everything to save passengers, only the pilots did not save their lives!
    2. ioann.grozny Offline ioann.grozny
      ioann.grozny (Mikhail Sharov) 27 June 2019 23: 57
      +2
      Indeed, it does not look like it at all: the failure of one engine in a two-propeller aircraft is a real emergency. No second calls, and an immediate return is fully justified (unlike SSJ). Pilots well done, sorry that no luck. And the landing is literate. If the touch zone has flown over, then not by much. If the reverse included then I will not judge --- they knew better. I never dared to do this, but with one engine I only had to sit on long strips, thank God. Well done, things could have been much worse. Everlasting memory!