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    October 2006
19.10.2006/02:30 GMT

Uzbekistan plane crash kills 15
Uzbekistan/Tashkent division/Urtachirchik's area

At least 15 people, most of them soldiers, have been killed when an aircraft crashed in Uzbekistan.
The single-engined Antonov An-2 plane crashed as it was trying to land at an airport near the capital, Tashkent. The Uzbek emergencies ministry said the plane "lost control and carried out an emergency landing outside the grounds of the airport".
Thirteen soldiers and two crewmen died, the ministry said. Bad weather was suspected to have caused the crash.
The Antonov is reported to have been a civilian aircraft hired by the military for a training flight.
The ministry had appointed a government commission to investigate the cause of the incident, the AFP news agency reported.
The Soviet-era Antonov An-2 is a large-single engined biplane used as a small airliner and military transport in many ex-Soviet states and developing nations .
(According to BBC)
19.10.2006/02:30 по Гринвичу

В Узбекистане разбился самолет МЧС

В Узбекистане при заходе на посадку разбился самолет МЧС Ан-2 компании "Узбекистан хаво йуллари" с военнослужащими министерства обороны Узбекистана на борту. Погибли 15 человек. Катастрофа произошла в 07.30 по местному времени в Уртачирчикском районе Ташкентской области. Самолет совершал учебно-тренировочный полет, сказали в МЧС Узбекистана. По предварительным данным, экипаж самолета вследствие резкого ухудшения метеоусловий потерял управление, совершил жесткую посадку за пределами аэродрома, в результате чего самолет разрушился. В целях выяснения и расследования обстоятельств, причин, приведших к авиакатастрофе, создана правительственная комиссия в составе руководителей правоохранительных органов. Комиссии поручено обеспечить информирование населения об итогах расследования. Семьям погибших оказывается всесторонняя помощь.
Ан-2 - многоцелевой самолет короткого взлета и посадки грузоподъемностью 1000-1500 кг.Самолет был создан О.К. Антоновым для обслуживания труднодоступных районов, удовлетворения нужд сельского хозяйства и применения в качестве легкого военно-транспортного. Первый полет самолет совершил 31 августа 1947 года.
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19.10.2006/02:30 по Гринуич

Самолет се разби в Узбекистан

15 военнослужещи загинаха при катастрофа на малък самолет в Узбекистан.
Самолетът
Ан-2 е на узбекските държавни авиолинии.
Той се разбил при кацане на летище близо столицата, предаде АП.
По данни на министерството на извънредните ситуации са загинали 13 военни, пътуващи на борда, както и двамата, които я пилотирали.
Според съобщението на властите катастрофата вероятно е станала заради лошо време.
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29.10.2006/10:30 GMT
Nigeria/Abuja.

Boeing 737-2B7 (reg. № 5N-BFK) of the Nigerian aircompany ADC, Flight 53 from Lagos via Abuja to Sokoto, crashed a minute after takeoff from Abuja International Airport in stormy weather
killing 96 from 105 occupants on board.
Намериха черна кутия на
падналия нигерийски самолет


Намерена една от двете черни кутии на самолета на частна нигерийска авиокомпания, който вчера се разби малко след излитане от столицата Абуджа.
При катастрофата са загинали 96 души, по последни данни на АП. Сред загиналите е и султанът на Сокото Мохамаду Макидо, който е най-високопоставеният мюсюлмански лидер в Нигерия.
Загинали са също вицегубернаторът и министърът на образованието на щата, както и двама сенатори.
На борда на
Боинга 737 са пътували над 100 души и 5-членен екипаж. Данните за загиналите са на компанията собственик Aviation Development Co.
Девет оцелели са настанени в болница в Абуджа.
Кореспондент на БиБиСи съобщава, че отломки от разбития самолет са разпръснати на площ, колкото едно футболно игрище.
Не се съобщават официално причините за катастрофата, но според някои сведения самолетът е попаднал в буря.
Същевременно агенция ЕФЕ информира, че властите в страната разследват за причините за излитането на самолета без разрешение от кулата. Пилотът не е спазил нареждането на кулата да остане на земя, докато премине бурята, за което съобщават летищните власти.
Заради инцидента в страната са обявени три дни на траур.
Духовният водач на мюсюлманите в страната, наброяващи около 70 милиона души, е бил погребан в Сокото няколко часа след катастрофата.
Междувременно стана известно, че нигерийските власти са прекратили лиценза на компанията, която е една от най-използваните авиокомпании в страната.
Правителството обяви намеренията си да извърши проверки в авиационната индустрия и да подобри сигурността
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По последним данным,
в авиакатастрофе в Нигерии
выжили девять человек


МОСКВА, 30 окт - РИА Новости. По последним данным, в авиакатастрофе в Нигерии
погибли 96 человек, девять человек выжили, сообщает агентство Ассошиэйтед Пресс.
Ранее сообщалось о семерых выживших.
По словам официального представителя комиссии, занимающейся расследованием аварии, девять раненых, обнаруженных на месте аварии госпитализированы.
Боинг-737-200 нигерийcкой авиакомпании Эй-Ди-Си (ADC) со 104 пассажирами и экипажем на борту по неизвестной пока причине упал в воскресенье сразу после взлета и загорелся близ аэропорта нигерийской столицы Абуджи.
В понедельник на месте падения самолета спасатели обнаружили бортовые самописцы, отмечает агентство.
Pilot error may have figured
in Nigeria jet crash Investigators find black boxes from plane;
96 passengers died, 9 survive


Oct. 30, 2006
ABUJA, Nigeria - A plane crash that killed 96 people in Nigeria might have been averted if the pilot had heeded advice from air traffic controllers to wait for a lightning storm to clear before taking off, the aviation minister said Monday.
Citing the decision as a possible cause of the third fatal passenger jet crash in this West African nation in a year, Aviation Minister Babalola Borishade said the government was preparing guidelines to stop such “reckless abuse of crew discretionary power.”
Borishade did not directly blame pilot error for Sunday’s crash, and authorities were still investigating what brought down the Boeing 737 owned by the Aviation Development Co.
The government ordered all of the privately owned airline’s planes grounded indefinitely and suspended its flying license, Borishade said.
The airline last suffered a crash in 1996 when one of its jets plunged into a lagoon outside Nigeria’s main city, Lagos, killing all 143 aboard.
The latest crash killed 96 of the 105 people aboard, including the pilot and Nigeria’s top Muslim leader, Muhammadu Maccido. The jet smashed into savannah near Abuja airport and broke apart, scattering luggage and body parts across a wide area.
Both the aircraft’s flight data recorder and cockpit voice recorder were recovered and turned over to investigators, said Asgus Ozoka, who heads Nigeria’s Accident Investigation and Prevention Bureau.
Representatives of aircraft manufacturer Boeing Co. and engine maker Pratt & Whitney are expected in Nigeria on Tuesday to help with the investigation, Ozoka said.
Pilot was warned, official says
The plane crashed about one minute after takeoff in bad weather that Borishade said included rain, gusty winds, thunder and lightning.
Air traffic controllers warned the pilot of the doomed flight that the weather would worsen, he said.
“The air traffic controller re-emphasized the deteriorating weather condition and gave wind checks, which they (the crew) acknowledged,” Borishade told reporters in Abuja.
But the pilot “refused to take advantage of the weather advice and the opinion of the (control) tower to exercise patience and allow the weather to clear for a safe takeoff.”
A Virgin Airlines flight that had been on the runway about the same time did not take off because of strong winds, said Rowland Iyayi, head of the National Air Space Management Agency.
‘Discretionary power’
“The discretionary power of the air crew to override advice from the tower has been largely responsible for unfortunate consequences in the history of air mishaps in this country,” Borishade said. “The federal government has directed the National Civil Aviation Authority to look into this and prepare appropriate guidelines to stop this reckless abuse of crew discretionary power ... to ensure safety.”
ABC News correspondent Brian Ross said on the network’s Web site that he was aboard a flight waiting to take off from Abuja on Sunday and saw the burning wreckage.
“Our flight was the next to take off, directly behind the plane that crashed,” said Ross. “looking out the window I saw a large column of black smoke and burning debris.”
The airline released the flight manifest Monday, confirming the dead and nine survivors, including three daughters of the governor of Kogi state who were returning to study in the northern town of Sokoto.
“Two are in stable condition and one is still in intensive unit but has improved,” said the governor’s spokesman, Farouk Adejo. “They were all sitting separately.”
Nigeria suffered two fatal crashes last year, and the latest crash brings the death toll from the three air disasters to 320.
On Oct. 22, 2005, a Boeing 737-200 belonging to Bellview airlines crashed soon after takeoff from Lagos, killing all 117 people aboard. On Dec. 10, a McDonnell Douglas DC-9 operated by Sosoliso Airlines crashed while approaching the oil city of Port Harcourt, killing 107 people, most of them children going home for Christmas vacation.
Obasanjo orders broad changes
After those disasters, President Olusegun Obasanjo ordered an overhaul of the aviation sector, but it is unclear how much has been done. Airlines have been subjected to checks for air-worthiness and some planes considered unworthy were grounded.
Nigeria’s government is under increasing pressure to fix an air industry widely regarded as notoriously unsafe.
An investigation into the Bellview crash is still under way. Authorities released a report blaming the Sosoliso crash on bad weather and pilot error.
The report also blamed other officials for the Sosoliso crash, saying the plane’s pilot received no weather briefing before he descended into a rainstorm and tried to land despite poor visibility. The aircraft fell short of the runway, skidded and hit an open concrete drain before bursting into flames.
The report highlighted other serious shortcomings of the Sosoliso crash: runway lights had been switched off because staff of the Federal Airports Authority, which controls them, were not working that day.
MSN/NBC
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