Plane crash on IL-14M Shantar Islands. 1981
Plane crash on IL-14M Shantar Islands. 1981

Plane crash IL-14M Magadan CAA on Shantar Islands

  • Date of the crash: November 01.08.1981, XNUMX

  • Time of the crash: 15:12

  • Country of the crash: the USSR

  • Location of the crash: Khabarovsk, about. Utichye, Shantarsky Islands

  • aircraft Brand: IL-14M

  • Registration of aircraft: SSSR91517

  • Name of air carrier: Aeroflot (USSR)

  • Subdivision: Magadan CAA of Chaunsky

Chronology of events:

The first strike with a course of 225 degrees on the rock took place on the left PTS. After 60, a head-on vertical rock took place, with a slight roll and climb. The wreckage of the plane hit the rocky eaves and burned at a height of 125 m. Both engines fell down on the edge of the island, flooded by the tide. The crash took place in 08: 12 MSK. 

At the time of the crash, the weather was determined by the front of the occlusion, which has dangerous and adverse weather conditions (heavy rainfall, thunderstorms, turbulence, low clouds, limited visibility). 

Data on victims:

  • Total on board were people 11: 7 4 crew members and passengers. Total killed 11 people: crew 7, 4 passengers.

Details of the crash:

  • A flight stage: performing aerial works

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

Data on the plane:

  • aircraft Brand: Il-14M

  • aircraft Brand: SSSR91517

  • Country where registered aircraft: the USSR

  • Date of manufacture of the aircraft: 19.01.1957

  • Serial number of the aircraft :: 147001135

  • Hours aircraft: 32047

  • The cycles of use of the aircraft: 27710

  • Engines: B20171677 B20171678

Flight data:

  • Tour type: Other aerial works

  • The aviation company Aeroflot (USSR)

  • Subdivision: Magadan CAA Chaunsky of

  • The country, which was registered aviation company: USSR

  • Flying from: Magadan

  • Flying in: Nikolaevsk-on-Amur

  • Original item: Magadan

  • A final point: Nikolaevsk-on-Amur

Additional information:

Information about the crew:

  • KBC Vitaly Borisovich Saveliev

  • the co-pilot Vladimir K. Doroshenko

  • navigator Alexander Masalitin

  • navigator instructor Sergey Fedorovich Dudnik

  • flight engineer Michael A. Yarichin

  • radio operator Alexander Kostenko

  • Flight attendant Nina Zaharina

  • hydrologists:

  • Julian M. Malyshev

  • Alexander Visnevsky

  • Nikolai Stepanovich Shulgin

  • Ivan K. Kopyl