Descripción:The Antonov 24 passenger plane was being used for a crew training flight. Part of the training was to fly the airplane with one engine inoperative.
|Fecha:||martes 1 junio 1971|
|Operador:||Aeroflot, East Siberia Civil Aviation Directorate|
|Numéro de série:|| 69900902|
|Año de Construcción:|| 1966|
|Tripulación:||Fatalidades: 0 / Ocupantes: |
|Pasajeros:||Fatalidades: 0 / Ocupantes: 0|
|Total:||Fatalidades: 0 / Ocupantes: |
|Daños en la Aeronave:|| Anulado|
|Consecuencias:|| Written off (damaged beyond repair)|
|Ubicación:||Bogodorsk Island, near Ulan-Ude (Rusia)
|Fase:|| Desconocido (UNK)|
|Aeropuerto de Salida:||Ulan-Ude Airport (UUD/UIUU), Rusia|
|Aeropuerto de Llegada:||Ulan-Ude Airport (UUD/UIUU), Rusia|
One of the engines was shut down and the propeller was feathered. Shortly afterwards the flight engineer inadvertently shut down the remaining engine. A forced landing was carried out on an island.
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Distance from Ulan-Ude Airport to Ulan-Ude Airport as the crow flies is NAN km (NAN miles).
This information is not presented as the Flight Safety Foundation or the Aviation Safety Network’s opinion as to the cause of the accident. It is preliminary and is based on the facts as they are known at this time.