Plane crash AN-26-100 in Balad (Iraq). 2007
Plane crash AN-26-100 in Balad (Iraq). 2007

Plane crash AN-26-100 airlines Aeriantur-M in Balad (Iraq)

  • Date of the crash: November 09.01.2007, XNUMX

  • Time of the crash: 07:02

  • Country of the crash: Iraq

  • Location of the crash: Balad

  • aircraft Brand: An-26B-100

  • Registration of aircraft: ER26068

  • Name of air carrier: Aeriantur-M

Chronology of events:

After the execution of the fourth turn the plane went straight on at a distance of preplant 5000 meters from the runway and followed the course of the strip axis Mk = 320 degrees. At a distance of about 1000 m from the runway threshold the crew decided to go to the second round, so reported to the dispatcher, and translated into the take-off speed of the engine.

The aircraft subsequently collided with the ground in 1800 m right of the strip and collapsed completely.

After decoding the data flight data recorders (INEM-12-96) revealed no any failures of the material. At the site of the accident parametric recorder K363 not found, that has prevented the commission of inquiry to find out the height of the missed approach altitude and the change when the missed approach.

Data on victims:

  • Total on board were people 35: 5 30 crew members and passengers. Total 35 people died: 5 crew members, passengers 30.

Details of the crash:

  • Phase of flight: the approach

  • Identified causes of the crash: the causes are unknown

Data on the plane:

aircraft Brand: An-26B-100

Aircraft ID: ER26068

Country where registered aircraft: Moldova

Date of manufacture of the aircraft: 1981

Serial number of the aircraft :: 11308

Flight data:

  • Flight type: Chartered passenger

  • Aviation Company: Aeriantur-M

  • The country in which the company was registered aircraft: Moldova

  • I am flying from: Adana

  • Flying in: Balad

  • Original item: Adana

  • A final point: Balad


The findings, which investigated plane crash

The cause has not been established.

Additional information:

Information about the crew:

  • KBC Anatoly Shefledyuk

  • the co-pilot Sergey Mashtalyar

  • flight engineer Gregory Chuprikov

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