How to save on domestic aviation accidents and disasters? Expert opinion.
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How to save on domestic aviation accidents and disasters? Expert opinion.

How to save on domestic aviation accidents and disasters? Expert opinion.


It is no secret to anyone that domestic aviation mainly consists of aircraft manufactured during the Soviet era, and for the most part, such equipment has an average age of 30-40 years, which, of course, increases the chance of an aviation incident or disaster.



Of course, instant replacement of helicopters and airplanes is not possible at least for the simple reason that it is required at least to start developing new projects that take into account all existing factors and the possibility of further application of technology, and this is about tens of years, not to mention adjustment production itself. All the current technology of Soviet models, and here more air means, the release of which was discontinued more than 25 years ago, requires major overhaul, otherwise its exploitation can be a serious threat to people, leading to new catastrophes and emergencies .



However, experts believe that you can save an outdated technique, and, with the right approach, it can last for at least another 15-20 years without any visible changes or costly investment, which is very important for the now existing crisis time.

As you know, all equipment produced in the Soviet Union was provided with a full set of spare parts, and most of the spare parts are still stored in warehouses for lack of any need for it. Aviadvigateli, onboard control systems, and similar equipment - all this is available in domestic warehouses in a very large amount, but given the fact that this technique is no longer produced, it is to be assumed that a large number of spare parts is not necessary, but at the same time , The use of this equipment and devices to replace those systems that have exhausted their service life a long time ago, exceeding it more than 1,5-2, or even 3 times, will not only prolong the service life of the substance stvuyuschih aircraft (Mi-2, AN-2 planes, etc.), but also provide them with adequate safety when used for the tasks.



It should be assumed that hundreds of sets of spare parts, with the complete replacement of worn out already, will make it possible not only to maintain air equipment in service, but also provide more and profits to the state. Nevertheless, it is worth to clarify that in this reasoning there are a number of nuances - you should offer spare parts and components at low prices, since other things being equal, there will be no interest in them, and even a small income from one unit will allow you to get a very impressive amount from implementation of all existing components that were previously produced in the Soviet Union that does not inflict any damage to Russian state economy, and will implement the old products that are actually stored in the state x warehouses for over 30 years.


Kostyuchenko Yuriy specifically for

One of the ways to solve the problem. It’s just not clear why such an obvious thought needed a separate article.

No, promozhet. In the first place - everything is sold, and secondly what will happen through the same 5-10 years? Again renew? A dead end road.


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