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January 2019

 

BackIran cargo plane crash 'leaves 15 dead' near Tehran
 

14.01.2019/ 08:30 LT
Fath airport in Karaj, 40km (25 miles) west of Tehran

 
A cargo plane crash near the Iranian capital, Tehran, has killed 15 people, Iran's army says.
The Boeing 707 (EP-CPP) came off the runway and hit a residential area while trying to land at Fath airport in Karaj, 40km (25 miles) west of Tehran, in poor weather.
Only a flight engineer of the 16 people on board was found alive, with no-one reportedly killed on the ground.
The plane's "black box" voice recorder has been found at the crash site. The plane belonged to the air company Saha Air, and all those on board were Iranian citizens.
Fath airport belongs to Iran's elite Revolutionary Guards Corps, and is located in the central Iranian province of Alborz.
The cargo aircraft was transporting meat from the Kyrgyz capital, Bishkek.
Its wreckage was found smouldering among houses in a residential area between Fath and another airport, Payam International Airport. The houses were empty at the time of the crash.

 

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НазадОдин человек выжил при крушении "Боинга" в Иране, 15 погибли
 

Iran cargo plane crash 'leaves 15 dead' near Tehran14.01.2019/ 08:30 м. вр.
Иран/ Кередж/ 40 км западнее от Тегерана/ аэропорт Фатх

 
Один человек выжил при крушении военного грузового самолета Боинг-707 в пригороде иранской столицы Тегерана.
Всего в самолете находилось 16 человек, все они — иранцы. 15 из них погибли, выжить удалось бортовому инженеру. Его доставили в больницу. На месте происшествия найден черный ящик, записывавший переговоры в кабине пилота.
Боинг-707 (EP-CPP), принадлежащий авиакомпании Saha Air, перевозил груз из Бишкека в Кередж в пригороде Тегерана. Он должен был приземлиться в аэропорту Пайам, но стал садиться в аэропорту Фатх, принадлежащем Корпусу стражей исламской революции (КСИР). В итоге самолет выкатился за конец взлетно-посадочной полосы, врезался в стену рядом с жилым домом и загорелся. Причины произошедшего пока неизвестны. Предварительно сообщалось, что к катастрофе могли привести действия пилота.

  

Боинг се разби в Иран, 15 загинали

 

14.01.2019/ 08:30 м. вр.
Иран/ Кередж/ 40 км западно от Техеран/ летище Фатх

  

Транспортен Boeing 707-3J9C (EP-CPP) на авиокомпанията Saha Air изпълнявал военен полет за доставка на храни от Бишкек, Киргизия до международното летище Паям в Иран, но вместо да се приземи планово на полоса 30 на Паям, извършил кацане на полоса 31L на летище Фатх, при което излязъл от полосата и се врязъл в жилищна сграда. Самолетът се запалил. От намиращите се на борда 16 души, 15 загинали, а бордния инженер спасителите открили ранен, но жив. Няма пострадали на земята. Предполага се, че катастрофата е в резултат на пилотска грешка породена от лошото време в района при кацането. Двете полоси, тази на летище Паям (3659 м) и на Фатх (1300 м) са успоредни и на отстояние приблизително 10,4 км една от друга.

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Найдены тела двух летчиков разбившегося Су-34

 

18.01.2019/ 08:07 мск

Видео   ||   Крушение Су-34 на Дальнем Востоке

Спасатели нашли тела двух погибших летчиков после инцидента с Су-34 на Дальнем Востоке.
Пилоты были обнаружены поисковым судном без признаков жизни. Тела летчиков подняли на борт.
Минобороны продолжает поисково-спасательную операцию.
Ранее в Минобороны сообщили о столкновении двух Су-34, которые летели без боекомплекта. По предварительным данным, самолеты упали в Татарском проливе, между Хабаровским краем и Сахалином. Экипажам воздушных судов удалось катапультироваться. Спасатели нашли одного из летчиков. Его состояние оценивается как удовлетворительное. Тело четвертого пилота не обнаружили.
Военная прокуратура начала проверку после инцидента. Возбуждено уголовное дело.
Су-34 - многофункциональный истребитель-бомбардировщик, способный атаковать воздушные, наземные, морские и надводные цели. Экипаж составляет два человека.

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Катастрофа Ту-22М3
 

22.01.2019/ 13:40 м. вр.
Россия/ 92 км от Мурманска/ Оленегорск/ аб Оленья

 
Бомбардировщик Ту-22М3 потерпел катастрофу при посадке на аэродроме полка дальней авиации в Оленегорске.
Ту-22М3 - дальний сверхзвуковой ракетоносец-бомбардировщик с крылом изменяемой стреловидности. Максимальная скорость бомбардировщика достигает 2300 км/ч, дальность полета - 7 тыс. км.
Из четырех членов экипажа трое погибли. Это командир экипажа м-р Алексей Гурьев, пом. командира экипажа м-р Константин Мазунин, штурман-оператор кап. Виктор Грейф. Единственный выживший член экипажа - штурман-инструктор подп. Максим Рылков.
Сообщается о трудных погодных условиях, в частности метели и снежного заряда, которые могли стать причиной ЧП.

Снежный заряд - это сильный снегопад, сопровождающийся резким усилением ветра. Сообщают, что во время посадки двух Ту-22М3, один из которых разбился, на командно-диспетчерском пункте (КДП) находился командир 40-го смешанного авиаполка (Оленегорск).
   

07-JAN-2019

Saab 340B

YL-RAF

RAF-AVIA

0

Savonlinna A...

FI

A2

12-JAN-2019

Canadair Challenger 601

N813WT

TW 601-C Investment

0

Ox Ranch Air...

US

A2

16-JAN-2019

Cessna 208B Grand Caravan

8R-YAC

ASL

0

Ogle Airport...

GY

A2

21-JAN-2019

AMI DC-3-65TP

N467KS

Priority Air Charter

2

near Kidron-Stolt...

US

A1

21-JAN-2019

Boeing 737-330 (QC)

9S-AHJ

Serve Air

0

Kinshasa-N'D...

CD

A2

22-JAN-2019

Boeing 737-8LJ (WL)

VP-BRR

Aeroflot

0

Khanty-Mansi...

RU

H2

23-JAN-2019

DHC-8-102 Dash 8

C-GTCO

Air Creebec

0

Rouyn Airpor...

CA

A2

26-JAN-2019

Airbus A321-231

TC-OEB

Onur Air

0

Antalya Airp...

TR

O1

28-JAN-2019

ATR 72-212A (ATR 72-500)

EC-LYJ

Air Europa, opb Swiftair

0

Palma de Mal...

ES

A2

28-JAN-2019

Boeing 727-2B6F Adv.

N720CK

Kalitta Charters

0

Tuscaloosa R...

US

A2

29-JAN-2019

Beech B200 King Air

N13LY

Guardian Flight

3

near Kake, AK

US

A1

30-JAN-2019

Beech 200 Super King Air

C-GTUC

Air Tindi

2

near Whatì/Lac La...

CA

A1


February 2019

1 missing, 1 rescued after small cargo plane crashes off Haulover Inlet

1 missing, 1 rescued after small cargo plane crashes off Haulover Inlet08.02.2019/ 12:16 EST
Atlantic Ocean about 32 miles east of

Miami-Opa Locka Executive Airport (OPF), Miami, FL

Report: NTSB Identification: ERA19LA096


On February 8, 2019, at 12:16 EST, a General Dynamics Convair 340 (C-131B), N145GT, was destroyed during a ditching in the Atlantic Ocean about 32 miles east of Miami-Opa Locka Executive Airport (OPF), Miami, Florida. The captain Robert Hopkins, 68, of Coconut Creek, was fatally injured, and the first officer Rolland Silva, 28, was seriously injured. The airplane was registered to and operated by Conquest Air, Inc., as a cargo flight. Visual meteorological conditions prevailed, and an instrument flight rules (IFR) flight plan was filed. The flight departed Lynden Pindling International Airport (MYNN), Nassau, Bahamas, at 11:13. The accident occurred during a return trip to OPF. The cargo plane started to lose altitude at about 4,600 feet and some 10 minutes later - at 1,200 feet - it ditched into the ocean. It appeared the aircraft broke up after it hit the water during an attempted water landing. Investigators determined the aircraft was damaged beyond repair. 

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3 people aboard cargo jet that crashed in Texas bay did not survive

 
3 people aboard cargo jet that crashed in Texas bay did not survive23.02.2019/ 18:39 UTS
USA/ TX/ near Anahuac/ Trinity Bay

Photos on NTSB Flickr site

Atlas Air Flight 3591

 
Atlas Air flight 5Y3591, a Boeing 767-300 (N1217A) operated for Amazon Prime Air, was destroyed in a crash at Trinity Bay, near Anahuac, Texas, USA.

All three on board were killed.
The aircraft departed Miami International Airport, Florida at 11:33 hours local time (16:33 UTC) on a cargo flight to Houston-George Bush Intercontinental Airport, Texas, USA. The cruising altitude of FL400 was reached after 20 minutes. Descent towards Houston was commenced at 12:07 hours local time (18:07 UTC).
About 12:30 the pilots contacted the Houston terminal radar approach control (TRACON) arrival controller and reported descending for runway 26L; the airplane was at 17,800 ft with a ground speed 320 knots.
At 12:34, the airplane was descending through 13,800 ft, and the controller advised of an area of light to heavy precipitation along the flight route and that they could expect vectors around the weather. About 12:35, the flight was transferred to the Houston TRACON final controller, and the pilot reported they had received the Houston Automatic Terminal Information System weather broadcast. The controller told the pilots to expect vectors to runway 26L and asked if they wanted to go to the west or north of the weather.
Radar data indicated the airplane continued the descent through 12,000 ft with a ground speed of 290 knots, consistent with the arrival procedure. The pilots responded that they wanted to go to the west of the area of precipitation. The controller advised that to do so, they would need to descend to 3,000 ft expeditiously.
About 12:37, the controller instructed the pilots to turn to a heading of 270°. Radar data indicated the airplane turned, and the automatic dependent surveillance-broadcast (ADS-B) data indicated a selected heading of 270°. The airplane was descending through 8,500 ft at this time.
About 12:38, the controller informed the pilots that they would be past the area of weather in about 18 miles, that they could expect a turn to the north for a base leg to the approach to runway 26L, and that weather was clear west of the precipitation area. The pilots responded, "sounds good" and "ok." At this time, radar and ADS-B returns indicated the airplane levelled briefly at 6,200 ft and then began a slight climb to 6,300 ft.
Also, about this time, the FDR data indicated that some small vertical accelerations consistent with the airplane entering turbulence. Shortly after, when the airplane’s indicated airspeed was steady about 230 knots, the engines increased to maximum thrust, and the airplane pitch increased to about 4° nose up. The airplane then pitched nose down over the next 18 seconds to about 49° in response to nose-down elevator deflection. The stall warning (stick shaker) did not activate.
FDR, radar, and ADS-B data indicated that the airplane entered a rapid descent on a heading of 270°, reaching an airspeed of about 430 knots. A security camera video captured the airplane in a steep, generally wings-level attitude until impact with the swamp. FDR data indicated that the airplane gradually pitched up to about 20 degrees nose down during the descent.
Preliminary investigation results suggest that the captain may have inadvertently activated the go around switch on the throttles as he was moving his hand to select flaps.

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IAF chopper crashes in Valley, 7 killedIAF chopper crashes in Valley, 7 killed

 
27.02.2019/ 10:05 AM LT
India/ Kashmir’s Budgam district/ near Garend Kalaan village


The Indian Air Force helicopter crashed into an open space in central Kashmir’s Budgam district on Wednesday. The incident taking place around the time the Pakistan Air Force conducted strikes at multiple places inside Indian territory on the other side of the Pir Panchal mountains. The Pir Panchal mountains separate the Valley from Jammu’s Pir Panchal region. Eyewitness reported that a loud explosion was heard in the air before the chopper crashed in a trail of smoke, indicating a possible catastrophic external event contributed to the incident.
Investigators have found that an Indian air defence missile, was fired shortly before the crash of a Mi17 V5 helicopter at Budgam, near Srinagar on February 27, which resulted in the deaths of six air force personnel and a citizen on the ground. The Kashmiri youth 22-year-old Kifayat Hussain Ganaie, a brick kiln worker lost his life after he rushed towards the blazing chopper to rescue the pilots after it had crashed.

The pilot Ninad Mandavgane (33), was cremated on the bank of Godavari river.
The investigators are examining the sequence of events which preceded the crash. The incident had occurred on the same day that India and Pakistan were locked in an air duel over Nowshera in Jammu and Kashmir. The helicopter had crashed at Budgam as it was approaching to land at Srinagar. The helicopter was downed by a surface-to-air missile (SAM) of IAF, fired from the Srinagar air base which assumed the helicopter to be a hostile platform.
Two officers, the Chief Operating Officer (COO) of the Srinagar Air Base and the Senior Air Traffic Control Officer have been found blameworthy by a Court of Inquiry (CoI). The IAF could possibly order the two officers to face a General Court Martial which in turn is empowered to decide on the quantum of punishment, including criminal charges, if any.
The other three IAF personnel would face disciplinary proceedings that could range from loss of seniority to censure.
The IAF Chief Air Chief Marshal BS Dhanoa, had earlier removed the Air Officer Commanding (AOC) of the Srinagar air base — in a move to show that procedural lapses will not go “unpunished”.
The Russian-made copter had crashed at 10.05 am, around the same time as Indian and Pakistani fighter jets were engaging each other over Nowshera in Jammu and Kashmir. Wing Commander Abhinandan Varthaman’s jet was downed around 10.30 am.
The investigation indicated lapses that lead up to the accident. The Air Traffic Control had called back the helicopter as an air duel between Indian and Pakistani jets had escalated. This is being seen as a lapse as the helicopter should have been sent away to a safer zone instead of being called back to Srinagar. Also, as the copter was returning, it should have been made to land at the designated safe spot.
On ground, the missile system and air defence guns fire away at aircraft or helicopters which can’t be identified.
The crucial identification or the Friend or Foe (IFF) system on the Mi-17 helicopter was switched off, which was against procedures.

The IFF is a system on board a helicopter or a plane that automatically transmits a unique identification signal.
That the IFF would remain mandatorily switched on was a decision taken last year after a near mid-air accident between a Sukhoi-30 fighter jet and a transport plane of the IAF. Though the IAF issued instructions that the IFF system should be switched on, the Srinagar air base had issued contradictory orders. The IAF controllers on ground who were live monitoring the Pakistan air space had not reported any intruding helicopter.

 

04-FEB-2019

Boeing 737-300

 

Tarco Airlines, opf Sudan Airways

0

Khartoum-Civ...

SD

H2

08-FEB-2019

Airbus A321-251N

SE-RKA

Novair

0

Billund Airp...

DK

A2

09-FEB-2019

Embraer ERJ 190AR (ERJ-190-100 IGW)

5Y-KYR

Kenya Airways

0

Nairobi-Jomo...

KE

O2

09-FEB-2019

Embraer ERJ 190AR (ERJ-190-100 IGW)

5Y-FFF

Kenya Airways

0

Nairobi-Jomo...

KE

O2

11-FEB-2019

Raytheon Beechjet 400A

N750TA

Stein's Aircraft Services

0

Richmond Mun...

US

A1

13-FEB-2019

Boeing 747-406M

PH-BFV

KLM

0

Amsterdam-Sc...

NL

A2

13-FEB-2019

Boeing 787-9

PH-BHA

KLM

0

Amsterdam-Sc...

NL

A2

24-FEB-2019

Boeing 737-8E9 (WL)

S2-AHV

Biman Bangladesh

1

Chittagong-S...

BD

H2

26-FEB-2019

Gulfstream G200 Galaxy

4K-AZ88

Silk Way Business Aviation

0

Moskva-Shere...

RU

A2

 


March 2019

 

BackLaser Aéreo Colombia Douglas DC-3 crashed in Colombia, 14 killed

  

Laser Aéreo Colombia Douglas DC-3 crashes in Colombia09.03.2019/ 10:34 LT (15:34 UTC)

Colombia/ Finca La Bendicion, San Martin

  

The DC-3 aircraft with registration HK2494, operated by LASER, was prepared to make a non-scheduled passenger flight between Taraira Airport (SKTR) and the aerodrome Villavicencio (SKVV) in Colombia. The aircraft took off at 06:13 hours local time with a crew of three, eight passengers and 500 kgs of cargo. Adverse weather conditions were encountered en route and the crew decided divert to Miraflores (SKMF) where it landed at 07:39. There two more passengers boarded the flight for Villavicencio. The aircraft (10) passengers and the crew rescheduled the flight to the Jorge Enrique Gonzales (ICAO: SKSJ) airfield in the city of San Jose del Guaviare, to refuel and continue their flight to (SKVV).
At 08:34 the aircraft took off from Miraflores and flew to San Jose del Guaviare (SKSJ) to refuel, where it landed at 09:14. The aircraft was fueled and the crew submitted a flight plan to Villavicencio with a total flight time of 45 minutes an altitude of 8,500 feet. Prior to departure one more passenger boarded the flight.
The aircraft took off at 09:55. At 10:15, when the aircraft was climbing through 8,100 feet and approximately 59NM (109 km) from Villavicencio, the flight reported engine problems and stated their intentions to divert to a nearby airstrip. Villavicencio ATC suggested La Rinconada Airstrip in the Municipality of San Martín, Meta, Colombia.
The aircraft lost altitude and last radio contact was at 10:32 when the crew radioed that they had a runway in sight, with no further information.
At 10:34 the aircraft hit the ground of a palm plantation with a high angle of descent and low speed. Flaps and undercarriage were retracted at the time of the accident. The aircraft slid across a gravel road and burst into flames. All 14 occupants have perished, including the mayor of the municipality of Taraira - Vaupes Doris Lizeth Villegas Chara and her family.
2019 Colombia DC-3 crash (Wikipedia)

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14 человек погибли при крушении самолета в Колумбии
 

09.03.2019/ 10:34 LT (15:34 UTC)
Колумбия/ Мета/ Сан-Мартин

 
Погибли 14 человек, находившихся на борту самолета Douglas DC-3 (HK-2494) авиакомпании Laser Aereo Colombia, когда тот выполнял аварийную посадку. Самолет летел из города Сан-Хосе-дель-Гуавьяре в столицу центрального департамента Цель - Виллависенсио. В пути пилот объявил о чрезвычайной ситуации и попытался приземлиться в муниципалитете Сан-Мартин, однако, со слов очевидцев, во время посадки самолет развалился на части и сгорел. В салоне самолета находилась мэр расположенного на юго-востоке страны поселения Тарайра Дорос Лизет Віллегас Чара, ее муж Альберто Араке и их дочь.

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14 загинаха при самолетна катастрофа в Колумбия

09.03.2019/ 10:34 LT (15:34 UTC)
Колумбия/ Мета/ Сан Мартин

Самолет Дъглас ДС-3 (HK2494) на авиокомпанията LASER Aéreo Colombia извършвал чартърен полет от Тарайра (SKTR) за Вилависенсио (SKVV) в Колумбия с трима души екипаж, 8 пътници и 500 кг товар, но поради влошаване на времето се приземили в Мирафлорес (SKMF). Там на борда се качили още двама пътници. След излитане екипажът извършил междинно кацане за презареждане с гориво на летище Хорхе Енрике Гонзалес (SKSJ) в град Сан Хосе дел Гуавиаре, където още един пътник се присъединил към полета. Излетели отново, но при набора на височина достигнали 2700 м и на около 109 км от дестинацията Вилависенсио, екипажът съобщил на авиодиспечера там за проблеми с двигателите и намерение да се насочат за принудително кацане до някое близко летище. Предложили им това в Сан Мартин. При последния си радиоконтакт в 10:32 екипажът докладвал, че вижда полосата, след което самолетът изгубил височина и с остър ъгъл на снижение се ударил в палмова плантация, плъзнал се по черен път и избухнал в пламъци. Всичките 14 души на борда загубили живота си, в това число и кметицата на Тарайра - Ваупес Дорис Лизет Виллегас Чара, съпругът ѝ Алберто Араке и дъщеря им.

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10.03.2019/ 05:44 UTC - Jetliner crashes in Ethiopia, killing 157 from 35 countries

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All 13 people on board crashed Kazakhstan helicopter killedBackAll 13 people on board crashed Kazakhstan helicopter killed
 

27.03.2019/ 11:35 UTC
Kazakhstan/ Kyzylorda Region/ Zalagash

 
A Kazakh military Mi-8 helicopter crashed on Wednesday in Kazakhstan during exercises. The incident occurred when the helicopter was flying from Aktau to Shymkent as part of a group of four military helicopters. The copter has crashed due to unknown circumstances, caught fire and was burned completely. All 13 people on board the helicopter were killed. A special commission has been formed and sent to the crash site by Kazakhstan’s Defense Minister Nurlan Yermekbayev.

 

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Крушение вертолета в Кызылординской области: погибли 13 человек
 

27.03.2019/ 11:35 UTC
Казахстан/ Жалагаш


При крушении вертолета МИ-8 в Кызылординской области погибли 13 человек.
27 марта около 19:40 м. вр. при выполнении перелета с аэродрома Атырау на аэродром Шымкент вертолет МИ-8 потерпел крушение.
По информации источника, по плану учений „Айбалта-2019” воздушное судно в составе еще четырех вертолетов должно было лететь по маршруту Актау-Бейнеу-Крайний-Шымкент. Спустя два часа после вылета с промежуточного аэродрома Крайний вертолет разбился в районе поселка Жалагаш Кызылординской области. На борту находились командир экипажа Костыгов Р.П., правый летчик лейтенант Айтбаев А.Б., бортовой механик Кудайбердиев Т.А. и 10 пассажиров. Перелет осуществлялся в темное время и в сложных метеорологических условиях.
Командующий Военно-воздушными силами СВО Вооружённых сил РК Даурен Косанов на пресс-конференции в СЦК объяснил, почему в разбившемся вертолёте Ми-8 находились 13 человек и почему метеорологические условия не могли вызвать проблемы у пилота.
"Для вертолётов армейской авиации сложные метеоусловия – это при высоте ниже 200 метров. На период перелёта от Кызылорды до Шымкента высота нижней границы была 390-600 метров. Это не является для них сложными метеорологическими условиями", – сказал Даурен Косанов.
Погибший майор Роман Костыгов имел уровень подготовки для полётов в пределах 100-метровой нижней границы при видимости 1 км. Перед ним летели двое молодых капитанов, затем летел сам майор Костыгов, группу замыкал подполковник Сагиев.
"Два опытных лётчика со вторым классом (Костыгов и Сагиев. – Авт.), поэтому у них личный состав сидел. У двух капитанов по 3 человека экипажа было, так как они лётчики 3-го класса. Эти два капитана смогли пролететь. Я сомневаюсь, что лётчик 2-го класса, инструктор, заместитель командира авиационной эскадрильи хуже летает, чем молодые капитаны. Они (молодые пилоты. – Авт.) сели спокойно: один в Шымкенте, второго вернули обратно в Кызылорду", – заявил Косанов.
Он пояснил, что рассматривают следующие версии крушения: отказ техники, человеческий фактор и всё-таки метеорологические условия.
По роковому стечению обстоятельств в этом же самом районе 11 лет назад разбился еще один Ми-8. 28 февраля 2008 года борт "Казавиаспаса" не долетел до нужной точки. 27 марта и 28 февраля, с разницей в 11 лет, стали печальными датами в истории страны.

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 Военен вертолет катастрофира в Казахстан, 13 загинаха
 

27.03.2019/ 11:35 UTC
Казахстан/ Къйзъйлординска област/ Жалагаш

 
При катастрофа на военен вертолет Ми-8 в Казахстан са 
загинали 13 души (3 членен екипаж и 10 пасажери).

На 27 март около 17:35 часа м. време при изпълнение на прелитане по маршрута Актау-Бейнеу-Крайний-Шимкент в група от четири военнотранспортни вертолета. Два часа след излитането от площадката за междинно кацане по маршрута Крайний един от тях се разбива в района на село Жалагаш. Полетът бил по план на провежданото в страната учение „Айбалта-2019” (Лунна брадва-2019) с участието на екипи от специалните подразделения „Алтън жебе” (Златна стрела). Медии разкриват имената на екипажа - командир м-р Костыгов Р.П, втори пилот лейтенант Айтбаев А.Б. и борден механик м-р Кудайбердиев Т.А.. Два от четирите вертолета са се приземили в град Шимкент. Третият се е върнал на местопроизшествието. Полетът се провел в сумрак и сложни метеорологични условия. Води се разследване за изясняване на причините довели до трагедията.

 

01-MAR-2019

Airbus A320-214

OE-LOA

LaudaMotion

0

London-Stans...

UK

I2

03-MAR-2019

Beech 1900D

7T-VIO

Tassili Airlines

0

Ouargla-Ain ...

DZ

A2

03-MAR-2019

Honda HA-420 HondaJet

N105HJ

Banyan Jet Service

0

Eufaula-Weed...

US

O1

04-MAR-2019

Embraer EMB-145XR

N14171

CommutAir, opf United Express

0

Presque Isle...

US

A2

04-MAR-2019

Cessna 208B Grand Caravan

C-FAFV

Amik Aviation

0

near Little Grand...

CA

A2

07-MAR-2019

Learjet 35A

LV-BNR

Baires Fly

0

Buenos Aires...

AR

A2

09-MAR-2019

Gulfstream G-IV

N505GF

Waffle House

0

Atlanta-DeKa...

US

A2

10-MAR-2019

Hawker Siddeley HS-125-600A

fake reg.

private

1

near San Pedro Pe...

MX

A1

10-MAR-2019

Bombardier CRJ-702ER

N530EA

PSA Airlines, opf American Eagle

0

Charlotte-Do...

US

A2

10-MAR-2019

Bombardier CRJ-900LR

N569NN

PSA Airlines, opf American Eagle

0

Charlotte-Do...

US

A2

11-MAR-2019

CC-138 Twin Otter (DHC-6)

13803

RCAF

0

near Inuvik, NT

CA

A2

12-MAR-2019

Beech A100 King Air

N945WS

Golden Wings Aviation

0

Latrobe-West...

US

A2

14-MAR-2019

Cessna 650 Citation III

N220CM

RP Sales and Leasing

0

Orlando Sanf...

US

A2

18-MAR-2019

Bombardier Challenger 300

9M-TST

Berjaya Air

0+ 1

Kuala Lumpur...

MY

A2

18-MAR-2019

IAI 1124 Westwind

N4MH

Sundance Airport FBO

2

Oklahoma Cit...

US

A1

19-MAR-2019

Fokker 100

EP-IDG

Iran Air

0

Tehran-Mehra...

IR

A2

22-MAR-2019

Rockwell Sabreliner 60

N990PA

private

0

near Bajamar

HN

A1

23-MAR-2019

Beech B200 Super King Air

A2-MBM

Major Blue Air

1

Matsieng Aer...

BW

C1

23-MAR-2019

Airbus A320-232

HA-LPL

Wizz Air

0

Bristol Airp...

UK

A2

27-MAR-2019

Antonov An-2

CU-A1825

ENSA

0

Alonso de Rojas

CU

A2

27-MAR-2019

Boeing 737-7H4 (WL)

N249WN

Southwest Airlines

0

near Nashville In...

US

A2

 



April 2019

  

02.04. 2019/ 14:16 UTC - Самолет Cessna P210N (D-EUIB) с българско семейство се разби в Република Северна Македония

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Summit Air Flight SMA 802D, 9N-AMH, Aircraft Industries, LET-410, Lukla, Nepal 14 April 2019BackThree killed during an aircraft crash at Lukla airport in Nepal
 

14.04.2019/ 03:22 UTC
Nepal/ Lukla-Tenzing-Hillary Airport (LUA)
Final report

 
On 14 April 2019, around 03:22 UTC, Aircraft Industries' L410UPV-E20, registration 9N-AMH, owned and operated by Summit Air Pvt. Ltd. met with an accident at Tenzing-Hillary Airport, Lukla when it veered right and excursed the runway during take-off roll from runway 24. The aircraft first collided with Manang Air's helicopter, AS350B3e, registration 9N-ALC, with its rotor blade running on idle power and then with Shree Airlines' helicopter, AS350B3e, registration 9N-ALK just outside the inner perimeter fence of the aerodrome into the helipad before coming to a stop. The PIC and Cabin Crew of 9N-AMH survived the accident, whereas the Co-pilot and one security personnel on ground were killed on the spot. One more security personnel succumbed to injury later in hospital. 9N-AMH and 9N-ALC both were substantially damaged by impact forces. There was no post-crash fire. The Shree Airlines Eurocopter AS 350, 9N-ALK sustained minor damage.

Lukla Airport is located on a mountain at an elevation of 9334 feet (2845 m). The runway is 1729 ft long (527 m) with an 11.7% gradient.
The Aircraft Accident Investigation Commission determines that the probable cause of the accident was aircraft's veering towards right during initial take-off roll. The veer was a result of generation of asymmetric power due to abrupt shifting of right power lever rearwards. The particular reason for abrupt shifting of the power lever couldn‘t be identified.
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В аэропорту Непала произошло столкновение самолета и вертолета
 

14.04.2019/ 03:22 UTC
Непал/ Лукла аэропорт

 
Инцидент произошел во время взлета самолета. Let L410UPV-E20 (9N-AMH) совершал разгон и ради появившейся асимметрической мощности двигетелей, съехав с полосы, врезался в стоящий на земле вертолет AS350B3e, 9N-ALC.
В результате погибли три человека: второй пилот самолета, а также двое полицейских, которые находились на земле. Командир экипажа самолета и пилот вертолета получили ранения.
Этот непальский аэропорт, расположенный на высоте 2845 метров, считается одним из самых опасных в мире из-за короткой взлетно-посадочной полосы (527 м.) и затрудненной видимости.
Самолет должен был совершить рейс из Луклы в Рамечхап. Сообщается, что при подготовке ко взлету небольшой лайнер потерял управление и столкнулся с двумя вертолетами, стоявшими на летном поле.

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Тежка авиокатастрофа в Непал с трима загинали
 

14.04.2019/ 03:22 UTC
Непал/ летище Лукла (LUA)

 
Малък пътнически самолет, Let L410UPV-E20 (9N-AMH) на авиокомпанията Summit Air, изпълняващ полет SMA 802D от Лукла за столицата Катманду, при разгона за излитане свива вдясно, напуска полосата и удря последователно вертолет AS350B3e (9N-ALC) на Manang Air работещ на място и паркиран вертолет Eurocopter AS 350 (9N-ALK) на Shree Airlines, който получава незначителни щети. Самолетът и вертолетът на Manang Air са полу или напълно разрушени при стълкновението. Двама гардове движещи се по рульожката са ударени от самолета, като единият умира на място, а другият в болницата или още при превоза му до нея. Загива и вторият пилот на самолета поразен от витлата на вертолета. Командирът на екипажа на самолета и пилотът на вертолета са с тежки наранявания. Раследването на произшествието доказва, че причина за трагедията е получилата се асиметрична мощност на двата двигателя, поради това, че една от ръчките за мощността на двигателите заяла и в динамиката на събитието екипажът не успял да отреагира своевременно и овладее движението на самолета.

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20.04.2019 - Самолет ZODIAC CH 601 (LZ-ASN) се разби край Оризари, Пловдивско. Двама загинаха

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03-APR-2019

Airbus A320-214

G-EZWC

easyJet

0

Belfast Inte...

UK

A2

04-APR-2019

DHC-8-402Q Dash 8

OE-LGM

Austrian Airlines

0

Innsbruck-Kr...

AT

A2

04-APR-2019

MD-88

N977DL

Delta Air Lines

0

Atlanta Hart...

US

A1

08-APR-2019

BAe 4100 Jetstream 41

HI1038

Sky High Aviation Services

0

Dominica Dou...

DM

A2

10-APR-2019

Airbus A321-231 (WL)

N114NN

American Airlines

0

New York-Joh...

US

A1

13-APR-2019

Rockwell Sabreliner 65

N265DS

Classic Aviation

3

near New Albany, MS

US

A1

16-APR-2019

BN-2B-27 Islander

CC-CYR

Archipiélagos Servicios Aéreos

6

near Puerto Montt...

CL

A1

16-APR-2019

Bombardier Global 5000

14+01

German AF

0

Berlin-Schön...

DE

A1

22-APR-2019

Antonov An-26

EY-322

Asia Airways

0

near Khartoum

SD

A1

23-APR-2019

Cessna 208 Caravan I

N366TA

Airsquid Aviation

0

Dry Tortugas...

US

A2

24-APR-2019

Cessna 551 Citation II/SP

D-IADV

private

0

Siegen-Siege...

DE

A1

24-APR-2019

Beech B200 Super King Air

C-FRMV

Keewatin Air

0

Gillam Airpo...

CA

A2

30-APR-2019

Boeing 737-73S (WL)

EI-SEV

Ryanair

0

East Midland...

UK

A2

30-APR-2019

Boeing 737-33A (WL)

G-GDFB

Jet2

0

East Midland...

UK

A2



May 2019

Boeing 737 crashed into the St. Johns RiverBoeing 737 crashed into the St. Johns River

 

03.05.2019/ 21:42 EDT

USA/ FL/ Jacksonville/ Jacksonville Naval Air Station (KNIP)

DCA19FA143-investigative-update.pdf

On May 3, 2019, at 21:42 eastern daylight time, Miami Air flight 293, a Boeing 737-81Q, registration N732MA, departed the end of runway 10 at Jacksonville Naval Air Station (KNIP), Jacksonville, Florida, and came to rest in shallow water in St. Johns River. There were no serious injuries to the 142 passengers and crew onboard. The airplane was substantially damaged. The airplane was operated by Miami Air International as a non-scheduled passenger flight from Leeward Point Field (MUGM), Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, to KNIP.
The pilot contacted the KNIP radar controller, and, at 21:39, the KNIP radar controller indicated the winds were from 240° at 10 knots; he then cleared the flight to land on runway 10. The pilot acknowledged the landing clearance when the airplane was about 5 nautical miles from the runway threshold. At 21:41, the KNIP radar controller instructed the pilot to report the field in sight, to which the pilot immediately responded he had the field in sight.
At 21:42 the aircraft touched down at an airspeed of 163 kts with a tailwind of about 15 knots. The ground spoilers deployed three seconds after touchdown. The aircraft was not able to use thrust reversers as the right hand thrust reverser was inoperative. This was allowed per Minimum Equipment List (MEL).
The airplane impacted a rock embankment at the end of the runway 10 overrun area before coming to rest in the St. Johns River about 1,200 ft from the end of runway 10. The center of the airplane was about 100 ft east of the river’s shoreline and about 75 ft south of the runway 28 landing light pier. The water where the airplane came to rest was 3-5 ft deep, depending on the tidal conditions. The embankment had a distinct area of disturbed rocks, consistent with the engines and main landing gear impacting the embankment. The airplane was mostly intact, but both main landing gear had separated from the airplane and were also located in the river.

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Venezuelan military helicopter crashes, killing 7

  

04.05.2019/ 06:30 LT
Venezuela/ Miranda/ El Hatillo/ El Volcán

 

Seven Venezuelan military officers were killed on Saturday when their helicopter crashed while heading to a state where President Nicolás Maduro appeared alongside troops, days after the opposition called in vain for a military uprising. The Eurocopter AS 532 Cougar helicopter (reg. 59180) hurtled into a mountain outside Caracas in the early hours of an overcast day in the capital. An investigation was underway.
The armed forces in a statement said the chopper was heading to San Carlos in Cojedes state. That's near a military academy where Maduro appeared early Saturday to oversee training exercises following a week of intrigue that saw a small group of security forces turn against him in the failed attempt by opposition leader Juan Guaidó to overthrow the government. On board the helicopter were two lieutenant colonels as well as five lower-ranking officers:
1. Maj Alexis Alejandro Ávila Guerrero,
2. Capt Carlos Ramírez Dávila,
3. Maj Jacinto Rengifo Rodríguez,
4. Lt Col Tomás Ortega Valero,
5. Capt Cesar Barreto,
6. Capt Felipe Amaya,
7. Lt Col José Betancourt

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 05.05.2019/ 18:30 LT (15:30 UTC) - 41 killed after plane makes emergency landing at Moscow's Sheremetyevo Airport

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05.05.2019/ 18:37 LT (23:37 UTC) - CL601 jet crashed in Mexico killing 13

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26.05.2019/ 11:22 м.вр. (08:22 UTC) - Самолет падна край Ихтиман, двама загинаха

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29.05.2019/ 08: 30 м. вр (05:30 UTC) -Делтапланерист загина при авиоинцидент край Мъглиж

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03-MAY-2019

Boeing 737-81Q (WL)

N732MA

Miami Air International

0

Jacksonville...

US

A1

03-MAY-2019

Douglas C-47A (DC-3)

C-GJKM

Buffalo Airways

0

near Hay River Ai...

CA

A2

04-MAY-2019

Learjet 45

C-GMCP

Skyservice Business Aviation

0

Edinburgh-Tu...

UK

A2

07-MAY-2019

DHC-6 Twin Otter 300

C-GNDO

Air Inuit

0

near Kuujjuarapik...

CA

A2

08-MAY-2019

DHC-8-402Q Dash 8

S2-AGQ

Biman Bangladesh

0

Yangon-Minga...

MM

A1

08-MAY-2019

Antonov An-2R

YV2354

Unknown

0

near Uriman Airpo...

VE

A1

10-MAY-2019

DHC-8-311 Dash 8

C-FJXZ

Air Canada Express, opb Jazz Aviation

0

Toronto-Pear...

CA

A2

11-MAY-2019

Cessna 208B Grand Caravan

C-FCPM

Parachutisme Nouvel Air

0

Saint-Esprit...

CA

A2

13-MAY-2019

DHC-3T Vazar Turbine Otter

N959PA

Taquan Air

1

near Ketchikan, AK

US

A1

18-MAY-2019

Gulfstream American G-1159 Gulfstre

unreg.

private

0

Chico de Cha...

GT

C1

22-MAY-2019

Antonov An-2R

RA-68161

private

0

Zhuravskoye

RU

A1

22-MAY-2019

Cessna S550 Citation S/II

N311G

private

2

near Indianapolis...

US

A1

24-MAY-2019

Cessna 560 Citation Encore

N832R

Jet Sales LLC

1

near Fort Lauderd...

A1

29-MAY-2019

Antonov An-124-100

5A-DKN

Libyan Air Cargo

0

Tripoli Inte...

LY

C1


June 2019

 

03.06.2019/ 13:00 LT - No Survivors in AN-32 Crash in Arunachal Pradesh, 13 killed

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21.06.2019/ 18:22 LT - N256TA - 1967 BEECH 65-A90 crash in Hawaii killed 11 || List

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27.06.2019/ 10:25 LT - 2 killed after An-24 skids off runway in Buryatia, Russia

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10 killed when private plane headed to St. Petersburg crashes after takeoff in Texas
 

30.06.2019/ 0911 CDT (central daylight time)
USA/ TX/ Dallas-Addison Airport (ADS)

 

The Beechcraft BE-300 King Air 350i (N534FF) was destroyed after impacting a hangar during takeoff from runway 15 at Dallas-Addison Airport (ADS/KADS), Dallas, Texas. A post-impact fire ensued. The ten occupants onboard received fatal injuries. The cross-country flight was originating at the time of the accident and was en route to Albert Whitted Airport (KSPG), St. Petersburg, Florida.
Inside the hangar a Dassault Falcon 900 jet (N908CA) and a helicopter sustained some damage.
The takeoff of the airplane was captured by radar and multiple security cameras and was observed by several witnesses located in various locations at the airport. One witness stated to the NTSB that as the airplane went down the runway, it seemed more quiet than normal and sounded like it did not have sufficient power to takeoff. After the airplane lifted off, witnesses observed the airplane drift to the left, and then roll to the left before colliding with the hangar. Several security cameras captured the drift to the left immediately after takeoff and then a roll to the left. The airplane ground speed decreased from 114 knots when analysis started down to 85 knots shortly before the airplane crashed into a hangar. One camera showed the airplane roll completely inverted before it collided with the hangar.
The empennage, right engine, and both propeller assemblies separated from the airplane during the impact sequence and were located inside of the hangar. Fragmented pieces of both wings were located on top of the hangar, inside of the hangar, and immediately to the north of the hangar. The main wreckage, which included the left engine and the fuselage, was located outside of the hangar and it came to rest adjacent to a brick wall. The main wreckage came to rest on its right side and was destroyed by the impact forces and post impact fire.
The cockpit voice recorder (CVR) recorded a crew comment regarding a problem with the left engine about 8 seconds before the end of the recording. Three automated "bank angle" aural alerts began about 3 seconds before the end of the recording.
The victims included pilots Howard Cassady (born on February 2, 1948 in Houston, Mississippi) and Matthew Palmer (May 6, 1991); Brian and Ornella Ellard and their teenage children, Alice Maritato and Dylan Maritato; Steve and Gina Thelen; and John and Mary Titus. All eight passengers were members of Bent Tree Country Club in Dallas, according to an email the club sent to members.

 

07-JUN-2019

Antonov An-2T

UR-KAU

TSO Ukrayiny

0

Svyatoshyns'...

UA

A2

09-JUN-2019

Antonov An-2R

RA-81519

Feniks

0

near Kyren, Tunki...

RU

A2

09-JUN-2019

Boeing 737-924ER (WL)

N75436

United Airlines

0

Denver Inter...

US

A2

11-JUN-2019

CASA C-212 Aviocar 200

N603AR

EP Aviation

0

Kiunga Airpo...

KE

A2

13-JUN-2019

Beech B200 Super King Air

 

Unknown

0

Río Chixoy, ...

GT

A1

15-JUN-2019

Boeing 757-224 (WL)

N26123

United Airlines

0

Newark-Liber...

US

A1

17-JUN-2019

Cessna 680 Citation Sovereign

LV-CIQ

Banco Macro

0

Joaquín V. G...

AR

A2

17-JUN-2019

Boeing 737-8H4 (WL)

N8608N

Southwest Airlines

0

Pittsburgh-G...

US

A2

20-JUN-2019

Antonov An-2R

UP-A0329

Navigator

1

near Rodina villa...

KZ

A1

21-JUN-2019

Basler Turbo 67 (DC-3T)

C-FKGL

North Star Air

0

near Fort Hope Ai...

CA

A2

23-JUN-2019

Antonov An-2R

UR-43983

Phoenix Air

0

near Mlyny, Polta...

UA

A1

24-JUN-2019

Hawker Siddeley HS-125-400

 

Unknown

0

Parque Nacio...

GT

O1

26-JUN-2019

Rockwell Sabreliner 65

N65HH

Yankee Dawdle LLC

0

Sacramento-M...

US

A1

27-JUN-2019

Antonov An-24RV

RA-47366

Angara Airlines

2

Nizhneangars...

RU

A1

27-JUN-2019

BAe 3212 Jetstream 31

YV2536

Transmandu

0

Canaima Airp...

VE

A1

28-JUN-2019

Saab 340A

C6-VIP

Western Air

0

Nassau-Lynde...

BS

O2

29-JUN-2019

Cessna 208B Grand Caravan

N80JF

ISR Aviation

0

Plant City-B...

US

A2

30-JUN-2019

Antonov An-2T

RF-00105

DOSAAF, Gvardeysky ATSK

0

near Gvardeysky

RU

A2

 


July 2019

    

14.07.2019/ 14:08 - Nine dead as plane carrying skydivers crashes into island in Sweden

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Air Saguenay plane crash in Labrador, 4 dead and 3 missing

Air Saguenay reports 4 dead and 3 missing in plane crash in Labrador15.07.2019
Canada/ Newfoundland and Labrador/ Mistastin Lake
Air transportation safety investigation A19A0052

 
On 15 July 2019, the float-equipped de Havilland DHC-2 MK I Beaver aircraft (registration C-FJKI, serial number 992), operated by Air Saguenay (1980) Inc. (Air Saguenay), was conducting a day trip under visual flight rules from a fly-in fishing lodge on Crossroads Lake, Newfoundland and Labrador, to Mistastin Lake, Newfoundland and Labrador.
There were 1 pilot, 2 guides and 4 fishermen on board the aircraft. The purpose of the flight was to travel to Mistastin Lake for a day of fishing. Mistastin Lake is approximately 16 km by 11 km in area and over 200 feet deep in places, and is accessible only by air. There was some fog and mist in the morning, and the flight was delayed leaving the lodge, departing between 0900 and 0930.
When the aircraft did not return to the lodge in the evening, staff attempted to communicate with the aircraft through a radio at the lodge, and also through Air Saguenay's dispatch in Wabush, Quebec. When no communication was established, the company implemented its emergency procedure and first contacted the Joint Rescue Coordination Centre (JRCC) in Trenton at 20:38. A search and rescue effort was initiated.
At around 05:00 on 16 July, the SAR aircraft spotted the occurrence aircraft's fuselage floating in the water. The fuselage was inverted and partially submerged. The engine, wings, and floats had detached from the fuselage and were not visible. The bodies of 3 passengers were recovered from the water, the temperature of which was 6 °C to 7 °C.
On 24 July, the body of a fourth passenger was recovered. None of the 4 passengers were found wearing personal flotation devices.
The search ended on 08 August 2019. The recovery team did not locate the remaining occupants or the wreckage. The pilot and the 2 other passengers are still missing.
The pilot, 61-year-old
Gilles Morin, had 20,000 hours of flying experience, according to Jean Tremblay, the chief executive of his employer, regional airline Air Saguenay. Morin had been flying in and out of Mistastin Lake, where the plane's wreckage was found, for at least six years.

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Pakistani army plane crashes into homes, killing 19

Pakistani army plane crashes into homes, killing 1930.07.2019/ 02:30 LT
Pakistan/ Rawalpindi, Mora Kalu

A Pakistan Army Aviation Corps Beechcraft B300 King Air 350i (766, serial № FL-766) was destroyed when it impacted residential structures near Mora Kalu (10 km south of Nur Khan AFB) in the residential area of Rawalpindi in Punjab. The plane was on a routine training night flight.
According to a local rescue spokesman
19 dead bodies were brought to hospital that included 14 civilians and five crew members. Among the victims is a family whose eight members, including four children, were killed. At least 15 people were also injured in the crash, some of them critically. Rescue teams of 1122 and Pakistan Army immediately reached the site and started the rescue operation.
The ISPR (Inter-Services Public Relations - the media wing of the Pakistan Army) said that rescue teams had extinguished the fire caused by the crash and moved the injured to various hospitals of Rawalpindi, where paramedics said most of the victims were badly burnt.
President Arif Alvi and Prime Minister Imran Khan expressed their grief over the loss of lives in the aircraft crash.


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