Plane crash of the Tu-104A Irkutsk. 1976
Plane crash of the Tu-104A Irkutsk. 1976

Plane crash of the Tu-Sun 104A CAA in Irkutsk

Date of the crash: November 09.02.1976, XNUMX

Time of the crash: 08:15

Country of the crash: the USSR

Location of the crash: Irkutsk airport

aircraft Brand: Tu-104A

Registration of aircraft: CCCP42327

Name of air carrier: Aeroflot (USSR)

Subdivision: East Siberian CAA of Irkutsk

Flight: 3739

Chronology of events:

Tu-104 RD No. 1 crossed behind the tail of Tu-154B. The Korean crew felt blows on the plane of debris that flew. Later, when inspecting the Tu-154B, damage was found to the starboard side and the right-hand plane of the fuselage. As a result of a decrease in the terrain at 4,5-5 m behind the taxiway number 1 Tu-104 30 m flew to the second collision with the ground at a distance of 232 m from the location of the first touch. As a result of the impact on the ground, the fuselage began to collapse. The aircraft stopped with MK = 206 degrees at a distance of 322 m from the point of the first touch (480 m from the axis of the strip and in 80 m to the traverse of the output end with MK = 116 degrees). The fuselage fell into three parts: from 25 to 32 frame, (the greatest damage), from 1 to 25 frame, from 32 to 76 frame. In view of the fact that the crew blocked the fire-fighting cranes, there was no fire. 7 crew members and 8 passengers, including the son of an airborne pilot who was in the cockpit of the pilots on the spot perished. In hospitals with 9 on 16.02. Died 7 passengers and 2 crew member. The stewardess and 77 passengers received various injuries. 12 people did not suffer.

Data on victims:

Total on board were people 114: 10 104 crew members and passengers. Total killed 24 people: crew 9, 15 passengers.

Details of the crash:

Phase of flight: takeoff

Identify the causes of the plane crash: an unknown reason.

Data on the plane:

aircraft Brand: Tu-104A

Aircraft ID: CCCP42327

Country where registered aircraft: the USSR

Date of manufacture of the aircraft: 26.11.1956

The serial number of the aircraft: 66600201

Hours aircraft: 22069

The cycles of use of the aircraft: 10308

Engines: A 5210229 5530048 A

Flight data:

Flight: 3739

Tour type: Regular passenger

The aviation company Aeroflot (USSR)

Division: East Siberian CAA of Irkutsk

The country, which was registered aviation company: USSR

Flying from: Irkutsk

Flying in: Novosibirsk (Tolmachevo)

Original item: Irkutsk

A final point: Leningrad (Pulkovo)

Additional information:

Information about the crew:

KBC Ivan Whistlers (died)

the co-pilot, Anatoly F. Grafenkov (died)

navigator Yury Kranoyartsev (died)

navigator trainee Vladimir Dubrovsky (died in the hospital)

flight engineer Nikolai Yefimovich Konshin (died)

German radio operator Firstov Vladimirovich (died)

Flight instructor Ariada L. Shabalin (died)

flight attendants:

Nina Aksamentova (died)

Alexander Surkov (he died in the hospital)

Galina Ushakova (injured)