A36TC "Bonanza" (FVSP) RA-2587G 13.12.2015

Accident date13.12.2015
Investigation status
Aircraft registration numberRA-2587G
Place of aircraft departureп/п "Мирный"
Airport of departure
Intended destination
Intended Airport of arrival
Accident sitein the area of Suvorovsky District of the Stavropol Territory
LatitudeN 44°11,641'
LongitudeE 42°41,387'
Aircraft typeA36TC "Bonanza"
Serial №3360010
Aircraft operator
Aircraft ownerPrivate person
The date of the completion of the investigation (report)01.04.2016
Number of fatalities4
Victims accuracy
Degree of aircraft destructionaircraft destroyed
Report

report_ra-2587g.pdf (676.68 KB)

Aviation typeGA
Works type
Note

14 december 2015

     The accident with A36TC (FVSP) "Bonanza" RA-2587G private aircraft occurred in the area of Suvorovsky District of the Stavropol Territory on December 13, 2015. According to the available information the pilot and 3 passengers on board were killed, the aircraft was destroyed and burnt down.
     The Interstate Aviation Committee has assigned the Investigation team of this accident in accordance with the Russian Aviation Legislation. The Investigation team has started its work.

   

26 may 2016

The Commission of the Interstate Aviation Committee completed the investigation of the accident with А36ТС «Bonanza» (FVSP) RA-2587G private aircraft occurred in the Stavropol Territory on December 13, 2015. 

Most probably the accident was caused by spatial disorientation during IFR flight in clouds resulted in unintentional aircraft intense drop entry and ground impact.

The accident was caused by combination of the following factors:

·           lack of PIC's IFR flight skills;

·           PIC's decision for departure in meteorological conditions not corresponding to VFR flight operation; 

·           non-compliance with FAR-128 on returning to the departure aerodrome under deterioration of meteorological conditions in flight below specified for VFR. 

·           icing in clouds hampering control of the aircraft not equipped for flight operations in icing conditions.

The appropriate safety recommendations based on the investigation results were developed.