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readywhenreaching
30th Mar 2006, 06:45
yesterday evening a libyan IL-62 of unknown identity crashed on landing at Moscow-Domodedovo at the end of a technical (ferry) flight from Tripolis to DME. It was said it broke into 3 parts after departing the side of the runway immediately after touchdown...
more:
www.jacdec.de
http://news.xinhuanet.com/english/2006-03/30/content_4361797.htm
http://english.pravda.ru/news/russia/29-03-2006/78046-plane-0

MarkD
30th Mar 2006, 14:42
Flight has it too. (http://www.flightglobal.com/Articles/2006/03/30/Navigation/177/205756/Libyan+Iluyshin+Il-62+breaks+up+after+overrunning+Moscow.html)

mary_hinge
30th Mar 2006, 14:47
Love the paragraph:

It touched down at 20:51 yesterday evening, apparently without problems, but East Line says: “The aircraft ran out of runway and fell apart. It landed successfully but broke into several very large pieces.”

:ok:

Oshkosh George
30th Mar 2006, 15:12
I guess the overhaul will take a bit longer now ;)

Ripline
30th Mar 2006, 18:21
aircraft had no passengers but a crew of six including four pilots

Ah, the dreaded 4 pilot approach.......

and:


East Line says that the aircraft came to rest about 400-500m (1,300-1,650ft) from the runway


Not suprising that it broke up, then, was it?:eek: Half a click from the end of most airport runways is likely to be full of non-tarmac related obstacles.

Glad that there were no fatalities.

Ripline

sevenforeseven
31st Mar 2006, 00:28
Gents lets not forget that this is a accident. Please lets not make humour from accidents.
Thankyou.

moggie
31st Mar 2006, 10:10
On a CRM type note, I can't help thinking that it's all too easy to take unnecessary risks on ferry flights (not for one moment suggesting that these chaps did - let's wait for the report). You can get too relaxed because there are no passengers and do silly things that you would otherwise never consider.

Guilty as charged on at least one occasion - in retrospect I consider myself fortunate to have got away with it on that trip.

CargoOne
31st Mar 2006, 11:23
IL-62M reg 5A-DKR, produced 1990.
Rumors that there was an engine(s) reverse problems.

punkalouver
31st Mar 2006, 12:20
On a CRM type note, I can't help thinking that it's all too easy to take unnecessary risks on ferry flights (not for one moment suggesting that these chaps did - let's wait for the report). You can get too relaxed because there are no passengers and do silly things that you would otherwise never consider.


I'm afraid that by bringing the subject up, it has the appearance that you are making that suggestion.

Taildragger67
31st Mar 2006, 15:57
That Pravda shot's a cracker.

Pravda editor: "Vladimir, search interrnet and get photo of plane for story!"
Vladimir: "Da, editor. Vill zis one do?"
Editor: "Is it a plane?"
Vlad: "Da."
Editor: "Zen da, it vill do!"

Not only is it a 747, but I think it's a shot of that Saffie 747 they gave to a local museum, which they managed to put into a teeeny little GA strip with about a bee's d1ck clearance on each side of the main gear.

flyboyike
31st Mar 2006, 17:11
IL-62M reg 5A-DKR, produced 1990.
Rumors that there was an engine(s) reverse problems.

Here she is.

http://photos.airliners.net/photos/middle/5/3/0/0935035.jpg