Plane crash IL-18V near the airport Frunze. 1976
Plane crash IL-18V near the airport Frunze. 1976

Plane crash IL-18V Kyrgyz CAA near the airport Frunze

Date of the crash: November 30.01.1976, XNUMX

Time of the crash: 15:35

Country of the crash: the USSR

Location of the crash: Kirghiz SSR, Frunze near airport

aircraft Brand: IL-18V

Registration of aircraft: SSSR75558

Name of air carrier: Aeroflot (USSR)

Subdivision: Kyrgyz CAA of Frunze

Chronology of events:

The first collision SUNGLASSES right front edge with a group of small trees destroyed the aircraft. The destruction of the structure later passed the motion on the ground. Plane in 120 meters from the location of the first collision completely destroyed on impact with the other groups of trees. The spread of the wreckage has 45h120 m. The fuselage broke into three parts. Preserved from the tail to the 56 72 the frame. It burned down the central part of the 56 32 to the frame. The nose with upturned on 180 degrees and charred cockpit was located with the remains left from the center-console.

Data on victims:

Total on board were people 6: 6 crew members. Total killed 6 people: 6 crew members.

Details of the crash:

Phase of flight: go-around

Identified causes of the crash: crew error

Data on the plane:

aircraft Brand: Il-18V

Aircraft ID: SSSR75558

Country where registered aircraft: the USSR

Date of manufacture of the aircraft: 26.08.1964

The serial number of the aircraft: 184007505

Hours aircraft: 17652

The cycles of use of the aircraft: 7623

Engines: 2826110 2116185 H H H H 2046199 2736020

Flight data:

Tour type: Training (training session)

The aviation company Aeroflot (USSR)

Division: Kyrgyz CAA of Frunze

The country, which was registered aviation company: USSR

Flying from: Frunze

Flying in: Frunze

Original item: Frunze

A final point: Frunze

Additional information:

Information about the crew:

KBC instructor Valeriy Sharov, Deputy com FrOAO flight service

KBC trainee Ivan Mitrofanovich Ugriumov

KBC trainee Leonid Golovko

Igor Belousov navigator

flight engineer Evgeny Sevostyanov

radio operator Viktor Goncharov