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Old 5th Oct 2023, 10:20
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They risk losing two almost good engines, the main financial value left of that aircraft.
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Old 5th Oct 2023, 11:49
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Originally Posted by Less Hair
They risk losing two almost good engines, the main financial value left of that aircraft.
If thatís a significant risk they wonít even attempt it. People talk as if they are some bush operation
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Old 5th Oct 2023, 12:11
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Wonder if Airbus is in any shape or form involved in this (unofficialy of course).
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Old 5th Oct 2023, 13:25
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Originally Posted by bobbytables
remove loose debris from the strip, compact it, maybe wait for ice. Or you could lay a temporary asphalt or metal-plank strip
Yes. A simple strip of 1000m should be more than enough. Wait for a good headwind, empty the airplane completely, and target a higher pitch from 90-100kt (soft field takeoff technique).
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Old 5th Oct 2023, 17:22
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Originally Posted by CVividasku
Yes. A simple strip of 1000m should be more than enough. Wait for a good headwind, empty the airplane completely, and target a higher pitch from 90-100kt (soft field takeoff technique).
I wonder of this crew is available and type rated!


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Old 5th Oct 2023, 18:31
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Originally Posted by Less Hair
They risk losing two almost good engines, the main financial value left of that aircraft.
Remember, it's not like they can just go out and buy a replacement - that certainly has to figure into the value they are putting on it.
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Old 6th Oct 2023, 10:41
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Also means they don't technically have hull loss on the AOC, and insurance costs remain lower. If insurance is a thing.
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Old 7th Oct 2023, 08:07
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Originally Posted by Hank Schrader
. If insurance is a thing.
Is this aircraft one of the "stolen" ones and illegally RA registered ? If yes I do not see how it can be insured.
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Old 7th Oct 2023, 08:19
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Is this aircraft one of the "stolen" ones and illegally RA registered ? If yes I do not see how it can be insured.
Iím sure a Russian insurer has taken it on if it is. Possibly after being leaned on by the state to do so.
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Old 7th Oct 2023, 13:04
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Is this aircraft one of the "stolen" ones and illegally RA registered ? If yes I do not see how it can be insured.
Yes it is, still officially on the Bermudan register.
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Old 7th Oct 2023, 13:13
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Just give the Co-Ordinates to the Ukrainians, they will come up with a solution.
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Old 7th Oct 2023, 17:10
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Just give the Co-Ordinates to the Ukrainians, they will come up with a solution.
Why waste a missile on it - wait and see if they wreck it themselves!
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Old 10th Oct 2023, 08:47
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Fasten seat belts!

https://www.reuters.com/business/aer...ed-2023-10-09/

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Old 10th Oct 2023, 19:30
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Ural said the plane would stay in the field for several months, under guard, while inspections, maintenance and repairs are carried out.
So they wait for the ground to freeze. Make sense. and probably will work out.
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Old 21st Nov 2023, 12:18
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They have now fenced it in..it is looking a bit crusty these days.







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Old 21st Nov 2023, 18:20
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Need the late Darryl Greenamyer for Kee Bird II Nice icy runway...
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Old 21st Nov 2023, 19:48
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Strange that they plowed the field instead of damming it flat before it freezes, so take off is not apparently planned for tomorrow.
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Old 22nd Nov 2023, 07:01
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It's looking more like a Christmas tree every day. I expect the engines will be the first to be removed.
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Old 24th Dec 2023, 11:09
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using the timely Christmas tree referenceÖÖ. has anyone heard anything further on it flying out? Nothing I can find after optimistic noises around Nov.
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Old 13th Jan 2024, 14:07
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And it finally has succumbed to being a belated Christmas Tree, Ural Airlines have decided to scrap her.

The Ural Airlines Airbus A320 that was forced to land in a field is to be dismantled, according to new reports.

Following a failure of its hydraulic system, the A320 was forced to land in a wheat field after running out of fuel back in September 2023.

A Russian aviation Telegram channel, said that after a thorough evaluation has been completed, the decision has been made to dismantle the plane for parts and not attempt to fly the Airbus A320 out of the field as was previously proposed.

Aerotime revealed that Ural Airlines pays farmer yearís rent for wheat field holding the stranded Airbus until spring 2024.

The Ural Airlines plane remains in the field just outside Novosibirsk, in southern Siberia, protected by 24-hour private security in a fenced off area.

According to the regionís head, Ural Airlines entered into a lease agreement with the fieldís owner to rent the field where the stranded jet lies for a year, and this could yet be extended for longer.
https://airlive.net/news/2024/01/12/...r-novosibirsk/
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