Plane crash IL-12 near the airport of Novosibirsk. 1951
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Plane crash IL-12 near the airport of Novosibirsk. 1951

Plane crash IL-12 1-th OAS CAF near Novosibirsk airport

  • Date of the crash: 17.11.1951, the

  • The time of the crash: 16: 23

  • Country of the crash: the USSR

  • Place the plane crash: airport near Novosibirsk

  • Aircraft type: IL-12

  • Registration of aircraft: SSSRL1775

  • Name of air carrier Aeroflot (USSR)

  • Division :: 1-I separate formations GVF

Chronology of events: Dialing after takeoff height 150 meters above the airfield (real height 100 m above the place of the accident), the plane because of a violation of the aerodynamic qualities of the lost speed due to icing. Disruption on the left wing took place at the time of harvest and transfer boards of engines with a nominal mode to climb. Hit the ground I took the plane left, then - the bow with the engine running. After impact, the plane turned to 135 ° to the left. Data on victims: Total on board were people 23: 4 19 crew members and passengers. Total killed 23 people: crew 4, 19 passengers. Details of the crash:

  • Phase of flight: climb

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

Data on the plane:

  • aircraft Brand: IL-12

  • Aircraft ID: USSR-L1775

  • Country where registered aircraft: the USSR

  • Date of manufacture of the aircraft: 21.02.1949

  • Serial number of the aircraft: 93013112

  • Hours aircraft: 2007

  • Engines: 82910823 82910947

Flight data:

  • Flight type: Chartered passenger

  • The aviation company Aeroflot (USSR)

  • Division: 1-I separate formations GVF

  • The country, which was registered aviation company: USSR

  • Flying from: Novosibirsk (North)

  • Flying in: Omsk (Central)

  • Original item: Novosibirsk (North)

  • A final point: Moscow (Vnukovo)

Additional information:
Information about the crew:

  • KBC Peter Averin

  • the co-pilot Ruben S. Aslanyants

  • mechanic Vinogradov Kurchakov

  • radio operator Viktor Kuznetsov

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