A plane crash near the airport 410M-Leningrad-Rzhevka. 1979
A plane crash near the airport 410M-Leningrad-Rzhevka. 1979

A plane crash-410M of Smolensk airport near Leningrad-Rzhevka

  • Date of the crash: November 03.08.1979, XNUMX

  • Time of the crash: 11:56

  • Country of the crash: the USSR

  • Location of the crash: Leningrad region, near the airport Rzhevka

  • aircraft Brand: L-410M

  • Registration of aircraft: CCCP67206

  • Name of air carrier: Aeroflot (USSR)

  • Subdivision: UGATS, OAO Smolensk

  • Flight: 1643

Chronology of events:

The collision with the earth passed with a negative pitch angle of about 30 degrees right bank and 25 305 degree with course degrees. The aircraft from the site of the first contact with the ground moved at 12 m. Practically there was no spread of debris. 7 All passengers and crew members were killed. 4 passengers were seriously injured. Current conditions: cumulus, cumulonimbus score 4, 800 m height, visibility 10 km, wind 8 m / s, 230 degree 11 gusts up to m / s.

Data on victims:

  • Total on board were people 14: 3 11 crew members and passengers. Total killed 10 people: crew 3, 7 passengers.

Details of the crash:

  • Phase of flight: approach

  • Identified causes of the crash: equipment failure, design flaws

Data on the plane:

  • Brand aircraft: A-410M

  • Aircraft ID: CCCP67206

  • Country where registered aircraft: the USSR

  • Date of manufacture of the aircraft: 24.12.1976

  • The serial number of the aircraft: 760509

  • Hours aircraft: 648

  • The cycles of use of the aircraft: 674

  • Engines: 784014 784007

Flight data:

  • Flight: 1643

  • Tour type: Regular passenger

  • The aviation company Aeroflot (USSR)

  • Division: UGATS, OAO Smolensk

  • The country, which was registered aviation company: USSR

  • Flying from: Great Luke

  • Flying in: Leningrad (Rzhevka)

  • Original item: Smolensk (South)

  • A final point: Leningrad (Rzhevka)

Additional information:

Information about the crew:

  • The instructor Nikolai Semenovich left

  • KBC trainee Vasily Tsymbalov

  • copilot Vladislav L. Maleev