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Published data of the "black box" crashed in Kamchatka An-26

Published data of the "black box" crashed in Kamchatka An-26
Photo: press service of the Main Directorate of the Ministry of Emergency Situations of the Russian Federation for the Kamchatka Territory

A preliminary decoding of the data of the flight recorder of the An-26 crashed in Kamchatka has been published. Presumably, the crew was completely disoriented.

As the REN TV, after passing the checkpoint of the compulsory reporting point, the crew planned to approach through a separate drive radio station, followed by visual maneuvering on the runway. To reduce the turning radius, the maneuver must be performed at low speed. During the maneuver, the controller indicated that the plane had deviated from the course by 30 degrees to the left, and was moving at a dangerous altitude and speed - about 340 km / h.

The crew reported a descent to an altitude of 600 meters, but did not report on the occupation of this altitude and did not request further descent. After that, the An-26 was put on a course of 140 degrees and followed until the crash. Experts suggest that the crew was completely disoriented and did not receive information from the controller. The priority is now the version of the crew error.

Departure on the route was delayed by two hours due to weather conditions in Palana. Plane crash of An-26, which followed the route Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky - Palana, occurred on July 6. Rescuers, divers and representatives of the IAC worked on the spot. Fragments of the bodies of all the victims found at the crash site. In total, the investigation is considering three versions of what happened.




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