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An-26 left the radar 9 km from the destination airport in Kamchatka

An-26 left the radar 9 km from the destination airport in Kamchatka
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An-26 aircraft left the radar nine kilometers from the airport of destination in the village of Palana, Kamchatka Territory. The aircraft took off from Yelizovo airport on July 6 at 12:57 Kamchatka time. He was supposed to arrive at Palana airport at 15:05.

According to the press service of the regional government, communication with the crew of flight 251 was lost during the start of the approach maneuver. According to updated data, there were 28 people on board: six crew members and 22 passengers, of which one is a child born in 2014.

In the "Kamchatka Aviation Enterprise", which owns the missing plane, there are five An-26 aircraft flying along remote routes of the Kamchatka Territory - in the Tigil, Olyutorsky, Karaginsky, Penzhinsky regions. The An-26 has a capacity of 30 people.

On behalf of the Chairman of the Government of the Russian Federation Mikhail Mishustin, the Federal Air Transport Agency created a commission to clarify the circumstances of the incident with the An-26 aircraft in Kamchatka. It was headed by the head of the Ministry of Transport of the Russian Federation, Vitaly Savelyev. On the fact of the loss of communication with the AN-26 aircraft, the Far Eastern Transport Investigation Department opened a criminal case.

List of passengers on the flight:

Shirokova Maria Vitalievna

Andreikin Alexander Nikolaevich

Olga Andreikina

Kudashkin Mikhail Vyacheslavovich

Mayorova Tatiana Evgenievna

Khvaleeva Alisa Vyacheslavovna

Lisichkina Alena Olegovna

Levitsky Evgeny Mikhailovich

Tishchenko Artem Vyacheslavovich

Olga Ustinova

Ekaterina Ponikarova

Popel Anastasia Alexandrovna

Surovtseva Yulia Borisovna

Mokhireva Olga Petrovna

Ayani Petr Grigorievich

Nesteruk Evgeny Alexandrovich

Sivak Ivan Vitalievich

Stolyarov Yuri Fedorovich

Nesterova Maria Maksimovna

Boyarshin Sergey Vyacheslavovich

Laptev Konstantin Alekseevich

Karimulin Alexander Anatolievich

 

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