Plane crash of the Tu-134A at ​​the airport Minsk-2. 1985
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Plane crash of the Tu-134A at ​​the airport Minsk-2. 1985

Plane crash of the Tu-134A Belarusian CAA at the airport Minsk-2

 

·         Date of the crash: November 01.02.1985, XNUMX

·         Time of the crash: 08:01

·         Country of the crash: the USSR

·         Location of the crash: Byelorussia, Minsk region, the area of ​​the village. Nezhevka

·         aircraft Brand: Tu-134A

·         Registration of aircraft: SSSR65910

·         Name of air carrier: Aeroflot (USSR)

·         Subdivision: Belarusian CAA, 2-th of Minsk

·         Flight: 7841 

Chronology of events:

At the height of 22 m having right bank 5 degrees aircraft collided with treetops. Faced with trees and became crumble, the plane roll to the right 15-20 348 degrees later with MC m = 82 ° and collided with the ground. Then the plane moved along the ground 110 m MK = 92 °. When the movement was the destruction of the fuselage cross-section in the area of ​​42 the front part of the frame at the same time turned to the right about 90 degrees and turned to starboard. The tail section was launched on 35 degrees with respect to the axis of motion. The aircraft, in addition to the tail section burned.

As a result of the disaster, which took place at a distance m with an azimuth 10100 92 degree from the KTA, 3 of the crew (flight attendant, flight engineer, navigator) and 55 passengers ultimately died. Others, who were on board were injured. The crash site found by search teams ground after a long delay, an hour later, 3 14 minutes from the disaster (in 11: 15).

Alleged incidents in the area weather: fog, haze, visibility 800-1000 m Clear 10 points having a height 70-120 m.

Description: Tu-134A air crash near Minsk-2 airport. 1985

Data on victims:

· There were 80 people on board: 6 crew members and 74 passengers. Number of people killed 58: 3 crew members, 55 passengers.

Details of the crash:

Flight stage: climb

Revealed causes of the plane crash: maintenance error

Data on the plane:

Aircraft make: Tu-134A

Aircraft ID: USSR65910

The country in which the aircraft was registered: USSR

Aircraft production date: 11.05.1982/XNUMX/XNUMX

Aircraft serial number: 63969

Aircraft operating hours: 685

Aircraft operating cycles: 448

Engines: LS02112037 LS02112041

Flight data:

Flight: 7841

Flight type: Regular passenger

Aviation company: Aeroflot (USSR)

Subdivision: Belarusian UGA, 2nd Minsk JSC

Country in which the aviation company was registered: USSR

Flew from: Minsk (Minsk-2)

Flew to: Leningrad (Pulkovo)

Initial point: Minsk (Minsk-2)

Final point: Leningrad (Pulkovo)

Additional information:

Description: Tu-134A air crash near Minsk-2 airport. 1985

Information about the crew:

FAC Vladimir Dmitrievich Belyaev (survived)

Co-pilot Mikhail Ivanovich Khaustov (survived)

Flight mechanic Anatoly Vladimirovich Trofimenko (died)

Navigator Vyacheslav Andreevich Dubinin (died)

Flight attendant Alexander Arkadyevich Gulyuta (died)

Flight attendant Natalya Alexandrovna Bondarenko (survived)

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