Plane crash of Tu-104A near the airport of Alma-Ata. 1977
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Plane crash of Tu-104A near the airport of Alma-Ata. 1977

Plane crash of the Tu-104A CAA Far East in the area of ​​the airport Almaty

Date of the crash: November 13.01.1977, XNUMX

Time of the crash: 18:14

Country of the crash: the USSR

Location of the crash: Kazakh SSR, near the airport Almaty

aircraft Brand: Tu-104A

Registration of aircraft: CCCP42369

Name of air carrier: Aeroflot (USSR)

Subdivision: CAA Far East, Khabarovsk JSC

Flight: 3843

Chronology of events:

Crew in 15: 14: 32 said illegible two words. This was the last conversation. The crew did not answer further calls. The aircraft was found in 3280 m from the end of the 23 strip and in 480 m to the left of the axis (77 ° 06'10 ”eastern longitude, 43 ° 22'35” northern latitude) on a snow-covered, flat field (exceeding 8 m above the aerodrome) Aviakastast took place at dusk 15: 14: 35 Moscow time 11 minutes before darkness fell.

Eyewitnesses in the area saw the left engine fire by removing 15 km from the strip. Aircraft before the fall began to climb, then lowered the nose and fell in a collision with the ground exploded.

Medical forensic examination shows that the passengers in the flight were influenced by carbon monoxide.

Data on victims:

Total on board were people 90: 8 82 crew members and passengers. Total killed 90 people: crew 8, 82 passengers.

Details of the crash:

Phase of flight: approach

Identified causes of the crash: equipment failure

Data on the plane:

aircraft Brand: Tu-104A

Aircraft ID: CCCP42369

Country where registered aircraft: the USSR

Date of manufacture of the aircraft: 31.10.1958

The serial number of the aircraft: 86601203

Hours aircraft: 27189

The cycles of use of the aircraft: 12819

Engines: A 5220066 5140192 A

Flight data:

Flight: 3843

Tour type: Regular passenger

The aviation company Aeroflot (USSR)

Division: CAA Far East, Khabarovsk JSC

The country, which was registered aviation company: USSR

Flying from: Novosibirsk (Tolmachevo)

Flying in Alma-Ata

Original item: Khabarovsk

A final point: Alma-Ata

Additional information:

Information about the crew:

KBC Dmitry Afanasyev Danilovich

the co-pilot Vladimir Baburin

navigator Alexander Klimahin

inspector, chief navigator DalUGA Anatoliy Viktorovich Rozhkovsky

mechanic Anatoly Shaforost

flight attendants:

Leonid Korytko

Gryaznov Alla Valentinovna

Maria Petrovna Faraponova

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