There are new details of accident with the plane Sukhoi Superjet 100 (SSJ-100) to Moscow Sheremetyevo
When planting on 5 may, the pilots overshot the calculated point of landing. To remedy the situation, the crew began to press the “Superjet” to the ground.
About it reports “Kommersant” with reference to sources, stating that having reached the middle of the runway, the plane is still not touched its wheels.
Suddenly the pilots lowered the aircraft’s nose and increased the operating mode just before landing, which, according to experts, led to disaster. The front landing gear sank and slipped the liner up, out of which arose a series of hops from the runway.
Rear landing gear pushed through the fuel tanks of the aircraft, from which emerged the kerosene and started a fire.
Experts said was a mistake and that the pilot tried to land the plane after the occurrence of the “goat” bounces from the strip. After the first need to start an emergency takeoff.
At the same time, it was found that 15 minutes after takeoff, the nose of the plane actually struck by lightning. Lightning protection liner off the generators, from-for what the aircraft is switched to power supply from batteries and direct flight control.
Earlier it was reported that rescue workers made several errors during the evacuation of the Sukhoi Superjet 100 (SSJ-100), which burned down at the airport “Sheremetyevo”.
“At the moment it is established that the signal “alarm” was announced by the head of flight 80 seconds after boarding the wreck of the Board 89098, although, according to regulations, this should be done immediately after receiving the alarm signal from the SSJ-100, and in any case prior to the reduce of the aircraft,” admitted an informed source in the comment to journalists.
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