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Frequent_Flyer 5th May 2019 17:15

Sheremetyevo Superjet 100 in flames
 
https://www.vesti.ru/doc.html?id=3144257

Link to Russian news: In Sheremetyevo an Aeroflot Superjet 100 crash landed on second landing attempt. Huge fire broke out.
It was scheduled to fly to Murmansk and requested to return to Moscow due to an engine fire. SU1492
https://www.flightradar24.com/data/a...89098#20671283

gearlever 5th May 2019 17:21

video superjet 100

fly4beer 5th May 2019 17:24

/dimsmirnov175/status/1125068956644126720

not allowed to post URL's so add twitter.com

His dudeness 5th May 2019 17:36

Lets hope that everyone got out okay.

Longtimer 5th May 2019 17:40

From the BBC https://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-48171392

A Russian passenger plane has made an emergency landing at Moscow airport after a fire broke out mid-flight, state media report.

Videos on social media show passengers using emergency exit slides to escape the Aeroflot aircraft.

Other footage shows the plane landing while on fire and black smoke billowing from it on the tarmac.
Initial reports on Russian media suggest all 78 passengers on-board were evacuated.
It remains unclear how many people have been injured in the large blaze. The aircraft is a reportedly a Sukhoi Superjet-100 that had been bound for the city of Murmansk.


DDDriver 5th May 2019 17:42

BBC reporting all safe “according to Russian Media”.

Fingers crossed. From videos, they’re lucky if so.

andrasz 5th May 2019 17:45

Video of evacuation:

Conflicting reports, according to TASS several injured but all got out, Novosti 'likely casualties', Interfax reports 10 perished.

Longtimer 5th May 2019 17:47

FIREBALL

Five hurt as passenger plane is engulfed in flames during emergency landing in Moscow

Dramatic footage shows the jet engulfed in flames as it came down on the runway https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/900890...nding-airport/
Breaking
By Phoebe Cooke
5th May 2019, 5:29 pmUpdated: 5th May 2019, 5:44 pm
DRAMATIC footage shows a passenger jet engulfed in flames as it made an emergency landing at Moscow airport today.

Five people were hurt after a fire on board led to the crash landing, Russia's Interfax news agency reported, citing a source.Flames were seen flaring from the rear of the Russian-built aircraft with a reported 78 on board

Russian state TV showed footage of the plane with black smoke rising above its tail.

Video posted on social media showed much of the plane engulfed by flame as it sped down the runway.
Officials have said all 78 passengers were evacuated.
The Russian Aeroflot Sukhoi Superjet plane was forced to make the landing at Sheremetyevo airport today.
video of aircraft landing on fire. https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/900890...nding-airport/

Icanseeclearly 5th May 2019 17:51

Fingers crossed all are ok.

i will be the first to say it, emergency landing, big fire yet people still taking their hand baggage with them (including if I’m nit mistaken a couple of larger “wheelie bags”

i know as professionals we bang on about this all th time but there is a possibility here of injuries or worse because of it.

Deep and fast 5th May 2019 17:54

Going by the size of the fire, the crew did a good job getting it quickly back to the airport and pax off!

DDDriver 5th May 2019 17:55


Originally Posted by Icanseeclearly (Post 10463667)
Fingers crossed all are ok.

i will be the first to say it, emergency landing, big fire yet people still taking their hand baggage with them (including if I’m nit mistaken a couple of larger “wheelie bags”

i know as professionals we bang on about this all th time but there is a possibility here of injuries or worse because of it.

Fortunately I’ve never been in this situation. I think it’s hard to judge people based on these events otherwise - very much operating on adrenaline and instincts, grabbing bag could be very much a subconscious decision. Same as people in burning buildings who instinctively go for the way they came in, rather than the nearest exit.

Only way to stop it would be to ban cabin bags.

Still, if they’ve got out of that it’s a significant achievement by the crew.

EDIT - yes, of course I agree all bags should be left behind. Just for clarity!

liider 5th May 2019 17:59


derjodel 5th May 2019 18:06


Originally Posted by liider (Post 10463679)

No firefighters/rescue, like at all? Or am I blind?

Looks bad for the pax in the rear :eek:. Plane was half in flames before they opened the exits!

DDDriver 5th May 2019 18:12


Originally Posted by derjodel (Post 10463683)
No firefighters/rescue, like at all? Or am I blind?

Looks bad for the pax in the rear :eek:. Plane was half in flames before they opened the exits!

Some video angles show appliances and water jets.

Still mixed reports re casualties. Would be very (pleasantly) surprised if everyone makes it out - the rear seems well alight as it lands and comes to a stop. By the time the slides deploy half the plane is engulfed on the outside at least.

guadaMB 5th May 2019 18:12

Yeps...
Looks like firefighters were...not where they had to be considering the plane TURNED BACK and flames could be seen before/when TAKING LAND.

Deep and fast 5th May 2019 18:17

Looking like 12 plus 1 crew. Sad day again. Lucky to make it back to the airport at all to be honest.

andrasz 5th May 2019 18:19

UNCONFIRMED discussion on Russian social media sites suggest linghtning strike and total electric failure (including loss of communications) on climbout, bounced twice on landing, on third touchdown MLG failed and fire broke out. 'Sources' at airport now speak of 12 casualties in rear rows.

Appears to be a rather poor performance from the side of ARFF, no fire trucks visible for at least 90 seconds following door opening, all this with a known emergency (even if there was no communications with the aircaft, twr should have raised the alarm on seeing the aircraft returning).

CargoOne 5th May 2019 18:21


Originally Posted by Icanseeclearly (Post 10463667)
Fingers crossed all are ok.

i will be the first to say it, emergency landing, big fire yet people still taking their hand baggage with them (including if I’m nit mistaken a couple of larger “wheelie bags”

i know as professionals we bang on about this all th time but there is a possibility here of injuries or worse because of it.

Russian citizens cannot afford loosing their passport - it would take good half a year to make the new one, and you are semi-paralysed during that time as a citizen, business owner, employee, property owner, pensioner etc. On the other side they all perfectly know there will be no compensation for damages on domestic flight accident. So dont blame people they want their stuff out with them...

atakacs 5th May 2019 18:24

Well it would be extremely surprising that everyone got out of this one (but obviously hope so).
Unclear about what was on fire? I'd hope it wasn't a massive cabin fire so the only other likely explanation would be engine?

DDDriver 5th May 2019 18:25


Originally Posted by CargoOne (Post 10463698)


Russian citizens cannot afford loosing their passport - it would take good half a year to make the new one, and you are semi-paralysed during that time as a citizen, business owner, employee, property owner, pensioner etc. On the other side they all perfectly know there will be no compensation for damages on domestic flight accident. So dont blame people they want their stuff out with them...

Whenever I fly as pax I always keep wallet, phone, and passport in my pockets for this reason. Not that it would take so long, but it’s one less bit of hassle.


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