Plane crash of Tu-154M over the Black Sea. 2001
Plane crash of Tu-154M over the Black Sea. 2001

Plane crash of the Tu-154M airline "Siberia" of the Black Sea

  • Date of the crash: November 04.10.2001, XNUMX

  • Time of the crash: 13:44

  • Country of the crash: Russia

  • Location of the crash: Over the Black Sea, in international waters, in 184 km from the airport of Sochi (Adler)

  • aircraft Brand: Tu-154M

  • Registration of aircraft: RA85693

  • Name of air carrier: Siberia (S7)

  • Flight: SBI-1812 

Chronology of events:

During the exercises of air defense forces of Ukraine, during S200 volley missile system on the aircraft target, took the wrong capture guidance system of Tu-154, which moved in 300 km. from the launch site at the border-range missile. This seizure was erroneous calculation recognized installation to prevent any disaster Ukrainian military action was not taken.

The rocket was blown up on marching on International open road passenger plane, which submunitions provoked explosive decompression of the fuselage, engines damaged, traction and control surfaces. The aircraft became uncontrollable, fell into the Black Sea. They are killing all who were on board.

Plane crash of Tu-154M over the Black Sea. 2001

Data on victims:

  • Total on board were people 78: 12 66 crew members and passengers. Total killed 78 people: crew 12, 66 passengers.

Details of the crash:

  • Phase of flight: Horizontal (cruising) flight

  • Identified causes of the crash: unlawful interference with aviation

Data on the plane:

  • Brand aircraft Tu-154M

  • Aircraft ID: RA85693

  • Country where registered aircraft: Russia

  • Date of manufacture of the aircraft: 1990

  • Serial number of the aircraft :: 90A866

  • Hours aircraft: 16703

Flight data:

  • Flight: SBI1812

  • Tour type: Regular passenger

  • Aviation Company: Sibir (S7)

  • The country, which was registered aviation company: Russia

  • I am flying from Tel Aviv (Ben Gurion)

  • Flying in: Novosibirsk (Tolmachevo)

  • Original Location: Tel Aviv (Ben Gurion)

  • A final point: Novosibirsk (Tolmachevo)

Additional information:

Plane crash of Tu-154M over the Black Sea. 2001

Information about the crew:

  • Eugene Garov - FAC

  • Viktor Viktorovich Alekseev - checking, head of the safety inspection of the airline "Siberia" 

  • Boris Aleksandrovich Levchugov - the co-pilot 

  • Konstantin Y. Revtov - navigator 

  • Valery Glebovich Laptev - Flight Engineer 

  • Vladimir Dmitrievich Khomyakov - Flight Instructor 

  • Natalia G. Kostenko - Flight Attendant 

  • Alexander G. Savich - Flight Attendant 

  • Elena Vladimirovna Gusarova - Flight Attendant 

  • Igor Viktorovich Voronkov - flight attendant 

  • Sergey Ivanovich Lebedinsky - Engineer 

  • Konstantin Petrovich Scherbakov - technician