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|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...
|Date: 1993 |
Type: Antonov 26
Operator: Força Aérea Populular de Libertação de Moçambique
During final approach, the Antonov 26 missed the runway and landed in the grass next to the runway, killing at least 1 person, who squatted there (next to the runway, many displaced people were located at that time).
|The Remains of a crashed aircraft at Khartoum Airport||06/30/2009||650|
|Written off at Rumbek’s unpaved airstrip in South Sudan in March 2003, apparently after engine failure. No fatalities. First flew July 1966 for RAF (XS602). Went to RNZAF (New Zealand air force) November 1976 (NZ7622), which later modified it for VIP configuration. Sold to 748 Air Services (Kenya) October 1998, and used in ferrying relief supplies into South Sudan. ||08/08/2007||931|
|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.|
|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.
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...
|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.
|Marrah Mountains, Sudan. The Marrah Mountauns are a chain of volcanic peaks in the Darfur region of Sudan.||10/23/2005||692|
|Type: Antonov An-2|
|Type: Antonov An-2T|