2021 Kazakh Border Guards Antonov An-26 crash

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2021 Kazakh Border Guards Antonov An-26 crash
Kazakhstan Border Guards Antonov An-26 White in capital Astana (cropped).jpg
An Antonov An-26 similar to the one that crashed
Accident
Date13 March 2021 (2021-03-13)
SummaryCrash upon landing, under investigation
SiteAlmaty Airport, Kazakhstan
Aircraft
Aircraft typeAntonov An-26
OperatorKazakh Border Guards[1]
Registration02 white[2]
Flight originNur-Sultan, Kazakhstan
DestinationAlmaty Airport, Kazakhstan
Occupants6
Passengers0
Crew6
Fatalities4
Injuries2
Survivors2

On 13 March 2021, a Kazakh Border Guards Antonov An-26 crashed on the evening of March 13 upon landing at Almaty Airport. The crash claimed the lives of four of the six people on board.[3] At the time of the accident, weather was poor, with overcast clouds, light freezing drizzle and mist.

References[edit]

  1. Chris Loh (13 March 2021). "Antonov An-26 Turboprop Crashes In Kazakhstan" [Antonov An-26 Turboprop Crashes In Kazakhstan]. Simple Flying News. Retrieved 13 March 2021. Unknown parameter |url-status= ignored (help)
  2. Accident description for 02 white at the Aviation Safety Network
  3. VOA News (13 March 2021). "Kazakhstan Military Plane Crashes; 4 Killed" [Kazakhstan Military Plane Crashes; 4 Killed]. Voice of America. Retrieved 13 March 2021. Unknown parameter |url-status= ignored (help)


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