Plane crash of Tu-114 Sheremetyevo Airport. 1966
Plane crash of Tu-114 Sheremetyevo Airport. 1966

Plane crash of Tu-114 TU MVL GA Sheremetyevo Airport

  • Date of the crash: 17.02.1966, the
  • The time of the crash: 01: 38
  • Country of the crash: the USSR
  • Place the plane crash: airport Moscow (Sheremetyevo)
  • Type of aircraft: Tu-114
  • Registration of aircraft: CCCP76491
  • Name of air carrier Aeroflot (USSR)
  • Unit: TU MVL GA
  • Flight: SU-065 

Chronology of events:

The aircraft continued to move in the air for 3-4 seconds, periodically touching the right cart on the snow parapet and simultaneously turning to the right. The airplane, in view of the insufficient speed for climbing, continuing to the right to turn around with the nose lowered and the right bank increased, touched the right plane, and then with the screws of the fourth motor of the strip surface. The plane after the destruction of the propellers and the OCT rolled over and fell into the snow to the right of the strip. The rear of the fuselage remained lying upside down at 180 ° degrees outside the zone of a flare-up fire. Before the fuselage and the center wing are completely destroyed. 6 crew members and 12 passengers were injured.

Data on victims:

Total on board were people 65: 19 47 crew members and passengers. Total killed 21 people: crew 13, 8 passengers.

Details of the crash:

  • Phase of flight: take-off
  • Identify the causes of the crash: Error ATC, weather, crew error
Data on the plane:
  • Brand aircraft Tu-114
  • Aircraft ID: CCCP-76491
  • Country where registered aircraft: the USSR
  • Date of manufacture of the aircraft: 16.12.1964
  • The serial number of the aircraft: 64M472
  • Hours aircraft: 93
  • The cycles of use of the aircraft: 19
Flight data:
  • Flight: SU-065
  • Tour type: Regular passenger
  • The aviation company Aeroflot (USSR)
  • Unit: TU MVL GA
  • The country, which was registered aviation company: USSR
  • I flew from Moscow (Sheremetyevo)
  • I flew to Conakry
  • Original item: Moscow (Sheremetyevo)
  • A final point: Brazzaville
Additional information:
Information about the crew:
  • Crew №1
  • KBC Arturovich Viktor Filonov
  • checks, beg. years. Dep. tr. Av. Ex. olds. IHA service Yuri K. Valerius 
  • the co-pilot Nikolai Gureev (survived)
  • flight engineer Stanislav Yulianovich Dobrochinsky 
  • navigator Nikolai Solyanov
  • radio operator Vladimir Arsentevich Golenitsky 
  • Flight Kedrina M. 
  • Flight attendant Tatyana S. Vinogradova (survived)
  • Flight Alla Golubeva (survived)
  • Crew №2
  • KBC Alexander Zhitov 
  • the co-pilot Vladimir Petrovich Whoppers (survived)
  • Flight Engineer Nikolai Semenovich Anischenko 
  • navigator Alexander G. Andreev 
  • radio operator Boris Makarov 
  • Olga Mikhailova steward 
  • Flight Anatoly Pavlovich Molokanov
  • Flight Ludmila Pavlovna Markov (survived)
  • Art. Engineer Vladimir Belyaev 
  • Engineer VK Babaskin (survived)

Crew flight attendant 1 - Kedrina - called Marta.

On board were 2 representatives of the Tupolev Design Bureau, TU-114 senior engineer, Igor Mikhailovich Galkin, and Alexey Yakovlevich Shakhov, lead designer. Both survived.