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    MAK.ru reports 22/9 :

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    Representatives of the Technical Commission of the Interstate Aviation Committee to investigate the crash of the Yak-42 RA-42 434 conducted a survey engineer for aircraft and avionics, as a result of surviving an accident.
    According to him, objections to the work of aircraft in the previous flight, in preparation for an emergency flight and during emergency flight was not. In his words, it was clarified the actual distribution of passengers and baggage at the front cabin was leading the team and coaches, the team was on the second cabin, the bulk of luggage was loaded into the rear trunk.

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    Representatives of the Technical Commission of the Interstate Aviation Committee to investigate the crash of the Yak-42 RA-42 434 conducted an interview with engineer for aircraft and avionics, surviving accident. In his opinion, there were no complaints abt the work of aircraft in the previous flight, in preparation for accident flight and during accident flight. His words clarified the actual distribution of passengers and baggage - in the front cabin was management of the team and coaches, the team was in the second cabin, the bulk of luggage was loaded into the rear trunk.

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    Only survivor of Yak-42 crash says aircraft was technically flawless

    Flight engineer Alexander Sizov, the only survivor of the Yak-42 plane crash near Russia's Yaroslavl, was interviewed by officials of the technical commission of the Interstate Aviation Committee. Sizov told the experts that he had no complaints about the operation of the crashed aircraft during the previous flight. The man also said that he had found no faults with the equipment of the Yak-42 aircraft during the preparations to the last flight of the aircraft, RIA Novosti reports.
    "His description helped us specify the location of passengers and the luggage. The administrators of the team and coaches were staying in the front part of the plane. The team was sitting in the second salon. Most of the luggage was placed in the rear luggage section," officials of the committee said after the interview with Mr. Sizov.


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    Russia grounds six airlines

    Moscow, Sep 26 : Russia's aviation watchdog said Monday it has annulled the licenses of three Airlines and suspended three others after a comprehensive check initiated in the wake of a recent plane crash that wiped out an entire ice hockey team.

    The Federal Air Transport Agency revoked the licenses of Ilin Airline, the Ulyanovsk Higher Civil Aviation School airline and YAK-Servis, the owner of the Yak-42 airliner which crashed near Yaroslavl Sep 7, killing the entire Lokomotiv Yaroslavl professional ice hockey team.

    The agency also suspended the licenses of Avis-Amur, Jetalliance East and the Beriev Aircraft Company, it said in a statement.

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    http://www.newkerala.com/news/2011/worldnews-75437.html

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    Last flight of Yak-42 went wrong from very beginning - survivor

    The only survivor in the Yak-42 plane crash near Yaroslavl, which killed virtually the entire Lokomotiv Yaroslavl professional hockey team, said the flight went wrong from the very beginning.
    The troubles began when the plane accelerated for takeoff.
    "Passengers started to worry almost immediately why we were not taking off. Shortly after I understood that the plane would run off the runway. When we took off it was clear that the plane was rolling and we would soon crash," crew member Alexander Sizov said.
    The 52-year-old aircraft engineer said he was in the cabin during takeoff and his safety belt was not fastened.
    "Everything flew on impact, I was hit hard by something, the right side of my body is all broken. I found myself in water, I didn't notice anything around me. I didn't notice the plane wreckage, I didn't notice the fire, I saw nothing," he said.
    "I survived by a miracle," Sizov said, adding that he has no plans to quit aviation

    http://en.rian.ru/russia/20111013/167640980.html

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    From Investigation at MAK.ru

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    07/10/2011
    In accordance with the decision of the Technical Commission of the Interstate Aviation Committee to investigate the disaster Yak-42D RA-42 434 JSC "Aviation company" Yak Service ", specialists of JSC" Irkut Corporation ", JSC" Yakovlev Design Bureau. AS Yakovlev ", FSUE" LII. MM Gromov, "and SRI GA prepared, negotiated and approved a program of reconstruction of a natural experiment for emergency take-off aircraft Yak-42D 07/09/2001, the a / c Tunoshna Yaroslavl.
    Performance studies will be conducted at the LII. MM Gromov on the plane analog of the Yak-42 RA-42 412 crew, composed of test pilots LII and Yakovlev Design Bureau. AS Yakovlev. Works will be carried on aircraft equipment more recording devices.
    During the field experiment is planned to run off with the regular repetition of the crew in an emergency flight, but without creating an additional braking force. It will be done a number of aborted take-off to assess the suitability of the results of mathematical modeling of the emergence of additional braking force at different stages of the takeoff the plane and evaluating its impact on the creation of dive time, which prevents lifting the nose wheel and reach the take-off angle of pitch, that is, the conditions of takeoff of aircraft.
    If there are weather conditions (dry required bandwidth by a factor of cohesion and absence of 0.6 strong wind), work will begin on October 10 this year

    10/10/2011
    The Technical Commission of the Interstate Aviation Committee informs that today, in the course began in LII. MM Gromov flight research conducted in the framework of investigation of the disaster Yak-42D RA-42 434, was made ​​its first flight.
    The purpose of the flight was playing the actual actions of the crew in an emergency flight, but without affecting the aircraft additional braking force.
    After landing, the specialists have started initial treatment recorded data of objective control for comparison testing and emergency flights.

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    Crash caused by pilot error

    Aleksei Morozov, the head of the committee, said it wasn't clear whether the error was the fault of flight's commander or the co-pilot, who did not have much experience with the Yak-42.

    "Test pilots established in a flight experiment that an erroneous pushing of the brake pedals during takeoff is possible only if the pilot's feet are placed by mistake on the braking floor," the Times quoted Morozov saying in remarks carried by the Interfax news agency. "Even a slight pressure on the pedals may have been overlooked by the pilot."
    The commission also found flaws with the flight crew's training.

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