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  • Crash: Antonov A148

    An Antonov Antonov AN-148-100, test/training flight from Voronezh to Voronezh (Russia) with 6 crew, was enroute about 134km (72nm) southsouthwest of Voronezh and about 160km (86nm) east of Belgorod when the aircraft lost height and impacted ground on private property in the village of Gorbuzovo Alekseevskogo around 11:05L (08:05Z). The aircraft was destroyed and burst into flames, all 6 occupants perished in the crash.



    http://avherald.com/h?article=438db1d5&opt=0

    http://www.montrealgazette.com/news/...941/story.html

  • #2
    AN148 is a new model certified in 2009 i think. Only about 10 deliveries so far. Strange that this happens during a training flight. I hope we can get some clues what caused the accident, so it doesn't happen again.

    The accident happened just outside of FR24 coverage, about 350 km from Kiev. I saw today on FR24 that Aerosvit is continuing to fly their AN148.

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    • #3
      Hi Mike.

      The wing fell off the Aircraft: http://airflightdisaster.com/?p=15170

      Mike / Speedbird
      AMS Daily Fight Information: http://schiphol.dutchplanespotters.nl/

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