CHE-26B2 RA-2642G 19.06.2016

Accident date19.06.2016
Aircraft registration numberRA-2642G
Accident sitein the area of Baybalk river arm, in 30 km to the west from Khanty-Mansyisk town (Khanty-Mansyisk autonomous area - Yugra)
Aircraft typeCHE-26B2
Aircraft operatorPrivate person
Aircraft ownerPrivate person
The date of the completion of the investigation (report)17.05.2017
Number of fatalities1
Victims accuracy
Degree of aircraft destruction
Report

report_ra-2642g.pdf (1.24 MB)

Aviation typeGA
Works type
Note

20 june 2016

The accident with Che-26B2 RA-2642G private aircraft occurred in the area of Baybalk river arm, in 30 km to the west from Khanty-Mansyisk town (Khanty-Mansyisk autonomous area - Yugra) on June 19, 2016. According to the available information the pilot and two passengers were on board, the pilot was killed, the passengers were injured.

The Interstate Aviation Committee has assigned the Investigation team of the accident in accordance with the Russian Aviation Legislation. The Investigation team has started its work.

06 june 2017

Investigation team of the Interstate Aviation Committee has completed the investigation of the accident involving the CHE-26B2 RA-2642G private seaplane that occurred 25 km to the south-west of the aerodrome reference point of Khanty-Mansyisk Airport on 19.06.2016.

The accident involving the CHE-26B2 RA-2642G FVSP seaplane was caused by the pilot’s failure to maintain the climb profile after water takeoff with maximum allowable weight, which resulted in aircraft collision with tree tops and ground surface.

Possible factors contributing to the accident were: 

  • lack of professional training as a seaplane pilot;
  • failure to use engine takeoff mode; 
  • application of AI-92K-5 autogas not consistent with the one recommended by ROTAX company for 912ULS engines;
  • takeoff operation without flaps; 
  • piloting while inebriated corresponding to the average degree of alcoholic intoxication.
Appropriate safety recommendations based on the investigation results have been developed.