Δυστύχημα με B735 της Tatarstan στο Kazan

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A Tatarstan Boeing 737-500 on behalf of Ak Bars Aero, registration VQ-BBN performing flight 2B-363 from Moscow Domodedovo to Kazan (Russia) with 44 passengers and 6 crew, crashed on landing in Kazan at 19:25L (15:25Z). Russia's Ministry of Emergency confirmed the crash, 44 people have been confirmed killed according to preliminary information, all 50 occupants are feared killed.

:arrow: http://avherald.com/h?article=46b9ecbc&opt=0

Εδώ σε καλύτερες μέρες στην Βαρκελώνη:
:arrow: http://www.airpics.net/photo/VQ-BBN-Boe ... nes/7467/L
 

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Ενα βίντεο που υποτείθεται οτι είναι από το εν λόγω δυστύχημα δείχνει (αν κρίνω σωστά) το αεροπλάνο σε τελειώς κατακόρυφη πρόσκρουση στο έδαφος:
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Οι preliminary (official) πληροφορίες:

A Boeing 737-53A passenger plane, operated by Tatarstan Airlines, was destroyed in an accident at Kazan Airport (KZN), Russia. All 44 passengers and six crew members were killed.
Flight U9-363 departed from Moscow's Domodedovo Airport (DME) at 18:20 local time on a scheduled service to Kazan (KZN).
During the approach to Kazan's runway 11/29 the airplane was 'not in a position to land', according to an initial statement by the Interstate Aviation Committee. TOGA (Take Off/Go Around) mode was selected and the autopilot switched off. The engines spooled up to takeoff power and the crew raised the flaps from 30° to 15°. The airplane began to climb and the pitch angle increased to 25°. Consequently, the indicated airspeed began to decrease. When the airspeed reached 125 knots, the crew reacted by pushing to control column forward. Up until that moment, from the execution of the go around, the crew had not used the flight controls.
From a height of 700 m the airplane entered a nose down attitude, reaching a -75° pitch.
The airplane impacted the ground at a speed of 450 km/h.
Time from the start of the go-around to the impact with the groud was 45 seconds.


The investigation is ongoing.

Weather reported about the time of the accident was:

UWKD 171430Z 23009G12MPS 9999 OVC009 03/02 Q0995 R29/2/0055 NOSIG RMK QFE735/0980
UWKD 171500Z 23009G12MPS 9999 -RASN OVC008 03/02 Q0994 R29/2/0055 NOSIG RMK QFE735/0980
[15:00 UTC / 19:00 LT: Wind 230 degrees at 9m/s, gusting to 12 m/s; light rain, light snow; Overcast at 800 feet; Temperature: 3°C, Dewpoint: 2°C; Pressure: 994 mb]
UWKD 171530Z 23008G11MPS 5000 -RASN OVC007 03/03 Q0993 R29/2/0055 NOSIG RMK QFE734/0979
[15:30 UTC / 19:30 LT: Wind 230 degrees at 8 m/s, gusting to 11 m/s; visibility 5000 m; light rain, light snow; Overcast at 700 feet; Temperature: 3°C, Dewpoint: 3°C; Pressure: 993 mb]

http://aviation-safety.net/database/rec ... 20131117-0
 
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