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|Date: 04 FEB 1999 |
Type: Antonov 26
Operator: Air-Angol Sociedad Aeronautica
C/n / msn: 13906
The Antonov overshot the runway on landing and burned out.
|Another crashed plane---Asmara, Eritrea
Additional info from McMaster_de:
Date: 11 May 2003
Type: Antonov 12B
Operator: Pecotox Air
The Antonov overran runway 25 and collided with several approach lights and two stop way lights. The plane suffered irrepairable damage to the propellers, landing gear and fus...
While approaching the airport of Varandey the crew allowed the airspeed to decay and the nose to rise until the airplane stalled. It contacted a small hill, crashed and burned.
Possible errors in the indications of the airspeed and angle-of-attack could have hindered th...
|Date: 7 June 2004|
Type: Antonov AN-26B Registration: ST-ARO
Operator: Ababeel Aviation
The aircraft overran the runway on landing, crossed an unpaved road and some ditches before coming to rest 250 meters beyond the runway. Nobody was injured but the aircraft is written off.
|Date: 6 December 1994 |
Type: Antonov AN-8
Operator: Von Haaf Air
The pilot had some difficulties maintaining directional control during the take-off. At about VR (190km/h) the aircraft veered right onto rough ground, became airborne and struck power lines.
|The Remains of a crashed aircraft at Khartoum Airport||06/30/2009||655|
|An Antonov AN 2 at Zurich Airport||06/06/2009||509|
|Producer of the AN-225, the world's largest cargo ship. This is Antonov HQ, although the only thing parked here is an AN-72, an AN-71, and a few AN-124s. Located in Kiev, Ukraine.|
|A few KM north of Saint Petersburg this giant Antonov An-8 plane rests in the woods.|
|Type: An-24B - Freight transport version|
The Antonov An-24 (NATO reporting name: Coke) is a 44-seat twin turboprop transport manufactured in the Soviet Union by the Antonov Design Bureau.
|Agricultural emergency in the central provinces of Mozambique, February 2001||10/10/2005||581|
|Antonov An-22 Antei (Russian: Антей (Antaeus) (NATO reporting name "Cock") was the world's largest aircraft, until the advent of American C-5 Galaxy and later the Soviet An-124. Powered by 4 contra-rotating turboprops, the design remains the world's largest turboprop-powered aircraft. It first appeared outside the Soviet Union at the 1965 Paris Air Show.||11/08/2009||719|