|Aircraft registration number||RA-76840|
|Place of aircraft departure|
|Airport of departure|
|Intended Airport of arrival|
|Accident site||in Kachugsky district of the Irkutsk region|
|Aircraft operator||Ministry of Emergency Situations of Russia|
|The date of the completion of the investigation (report)|
|Number of fatalities||10|
|Degree of aircraft destruction||aircraft destroyed|
Interim Report (1.57 MB)
The accident with Il-76TD RA-76840 owned by the Ministry of Emergency Situations of Russia occurred in Kachugsky district of the Irkutsk region on July 1, 2016. According to the available information 10 crew members on board were killed, the aircraft was completely destroyed.
The Interstate Aviation Committee has assigned the Investigation team of the accident in accordance with the Russian Aviation Legislation. On July 2, 2016 the Investigation team proceeded to work at the accident site.
The flight recorders of the Il-76TD RA-76840 aircraft involved in the fatal accident were delivered to the IAC laboratory on July 4, 2016. The flight recorders were in aircraft fire point and sustained thermal damage. After flight recorders examination and opening the recorders were dismounted from crash survivable memory units. "MARS" CVR magnetic tape is in satisfactory condition. Solid state data storage unit of MSRP 64M-5 flight data recorders was successfully copied. During the preliminary data analysis it was determined that it contains information on the accident. Currently the IAC experts proceeded to the data decoding, crew speech transcription and FDR data analysis.
The Investigation team continues its activities at the accident site. The fatal accident site pattern is made, radar, meteorological, satellite data gathering and processing is in progress.
The Interstate Aviation Committee experts completed the range of activities on data reading and preliminary analysis registered by flight recorders of Il-76TD RA-76840 aircraft involved in the accident in Kachugsky district of the Irkutsk region on July 1, 2016.
According to the preliminary analysis of flight recorders it is determined:
- the flight was performed in smoke and visibility restriction conditions;
- during flight the crew was in up state and aimed at task performance;
- flight recorders didn't register the aircraft systems and engines failures;
The activities on data preparation for aircraft simulation and flight path recovery with audio-visual accident reconstruction are in progress in the IAC laboratory.
The Interstate Aviation Committee informs about contituation of the activities on investigation of the accident with Il-76ТD RA-76840 aircraft.
Activities on making up the crew speech extract with identification of users by the airline air staff are being completed.
Activities on the aircraft flight path recovery and evaluation of aircraft systems and engines operability according to flight recorders data are in progress.
Subcommissions and task teams carry out the analysis of crew level of training, compliance with aeronautical equipment regulations, meteorological conditions and the procedure of emergency flight management and execution using all avaliable information (flight and maintenance documentation, meteodocumentation, etc.).
The Investigation team continues its work.
The Interstate Aviation Committee informs about continuation of the Investigation team work on investigation of the accident with Il-76TD RA-76840 aircraft owned by "Emergency Ministry's Aviation Rescue Company" FSBI.
The Interim report (preliminary reference) on the investigation progress is published on the IAC web-site.
The interim report (preliminary reference) is issued in accordance with clause 2.4.12 of the Aircraft Accident and Incident Investigation Regulations in Russian Federation and clause 7.4 of Annex 13 to the Convention on International Civil Aviation (ICAO). The report includes actual information currently received by the Investigation team.
The Commission continues its work on collection and analysis of information on the crew training, evaluation of its psychoemotional state and actions in emergency flight and the aircraft systems and components operational capabilities.
Final report will be issued by the Investigation team upon completion of the activities.
Information presented in the Interim report is preliminary and can be updated in accordance with the investigation results.
Interim Report (1.57 MB)