2013 Irkutsk Antonov An-12 crash
On 26 December 2013 at around 21:45 local time, an Antonov An-12 crashed into military warehouses near Irkutsk in eastern Siberia. Its six crew and three passengers all perished, but the plane remained intact. After the crash, there was a fire. The crash site is close to the Trans-Siberian Railway's Batareinaya station.
The aircraft was en route from Novosibirsk's Yeltsovka Airport to Irkutsk-2 Airport and had begun the landing phase of its flight. The aircraft, owned by the Irkut Research and Production Corporation, an aircraft manufacturer which has a factory in Irkutsk, was said to have been transporting a cargo of aircraft parts. It was last seen on radar when it was one kilometre from the runway. The aircraft had been built in December 1963 and "was within 130 hours of its 20,000-hour design airframe life". Vladimir Markin, speaking for the Russian Investigative Committee, said that "piloting error, malfunction of the airplane and bad weather" were being investigated as possible causes.
- "Last 4 Bodies Found From Russian Plane Crash—Official". RIA Novosti. 2013-12-27.
- "Nine die in Russian plane crash". Yahoo News. 2013-12-27. Archived from the original on 2013-12-31.
"МЧС: потерпевший крушение Ан-12 имеет лишь незначительные разрушения [MOE: crashed An-12 has only a minor fracture]". RIA Novosti. 2013-12-26.
Самолет Ан-12, разбившийся в четверг под Иркутском, остался целым, незначительные повреждения получила лишь его передняя часть, сообщил РИА Новости представитель ГУМЧС по Иркутской области. [The An-12 aircraft which crashed on Thursday near Irkutsk remained intact, receiving only minor damage to its front end, RIA Novosti learned from the Irkutsk regional EMERCOM.]
"Russia cargo plane crash kills nine in Irkutsk". BBC News. 2013-12-26.
The Antonov An-12 plane, which was heading to a factory in Irkutsk, caused a fire at the military unit, but there were no casualties on the ground.
- "All bodies from plane crash near Russia's Irkutsk identified". The Voice of Russia. 2013-12-28.
"At least five believed killed at Russian An-12 aircraft crash". Xinhua. 2013-12-26.
"The plane en route from Novosibirsk Yeltsovka airport (in Southern Siberia) crashed during landing in Irkutsk-2 airport," an official in the emergency service of the Siberian Federal District told the Interfax news agency.Cite error: Invalid
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"Расследование авиакатастрофы Ан-12 под Иркутском может занять полгода [An investigation of plane crash near Irkutsk-12 may take six months]". irkutskmedia.ru. 2013-12-27.
Он был выпущен с завода 24 декабря 1963 года. [It was released from the factory on 24 December 1963.]
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