Bak-APA. The Interstate Aviation Committee (IAC) has published a preliminary report on the crash of Azerbaijani cargo aircraft An-12 in Afghanistan, which killed 7 people and two were seriously injured, APA reports quoting the committee.
The aircraft of the Azerbaijani Silk Way cargo airline crashed in Afghanistan on May 18, 2016. The incident occurred when departing from Dwyer Airport. A chartered plane was ruled an international crew, which consisted of citizens of Uzbekistan, Ukraine and Azerbaijan. During takeoff, the plane skidded off the runway and was destroyed.
The report notes that the motion on the ground the aircraft received substantial damage, resulting in a fire, as a result of a large part of the design of the aircraft was destroyed.
"Approximately 260 meters to the output end of the runway, the instrument speed of 220 km / h (the maximum speed reached) is registered beginning deviations column wheel “on yourself”. Disengage the aircraft from the runway did not happen. Running the entire runway length, airplane at a speed of 220 km / h was rolled out on the ground ", - the report says.
Moreover, during the map control checks, was given command of the aircraft commander (PIC) about the installation screws on the palm. After this command, a slight increase in torque (PCM) measuring values of the first and fourth motors have been reported, and over 17 seconds - at a second engine, which indirectly indicates the installation screws of the first, second and fourth motors to stop. "No evidence that would indicate an emphasis on the installation of the third engine screws, not registered", - the report says.
Soviet military transport aircraft – An-12 was actively used for military purposes, for emergency transfer of military equipment and personnel, as for passenger and freight traffic.