|Investigation status||Investigation is active|
|Aircraft registration number||RA-31591|
|Place of aircraft departure|
|Airport of departure|
|Intended Airport of arrival|
|Accident site||near Denizly city (Turkish Republic)|
|Aircraft operator||Avialift Vladivostok, JSC|
|Aircraft owner||Avialift Vladivostok, JSC|
|The date of the completion of the investigation (report)|
|Number of fatalities||2|
|Victims accuracy||is not final|
|Degree of aircraft destruction||aircraft destroyed|
On September 21, 2022 near Denizly city (Turkish Republic) the accident involving Ка-32С RA-31591 helicopter operated by Avialift Vladivostok, JSC occurred. It is reported that there were 3 crew members and 4 service passengers on board. One crew member and 1 passenger were killed, the others were injured. The rotorcraft was destroyed.
In accordance with Standard 5.1, Annex 13 Turkish Republic as the State of Occurrence, has delegated the investigation of the accident to the Interstate Aviation Committee. The Interstate Aviation Committee has assigned an Investigation team. The Investigation team has started its work.
On October 5, 2022, the onboard recorders (FDR and CVR) and two portable GPS receivers recovered from Ка-32C RA-31591 helicopter owned by Avialift Vladivostok airline involved in the accident in Denizli Ҫardak (Turkey) were delivered to the Interstate Aviation Committee (IAC) by the delegation of the Transport Safety Investigation Center of Turkey (UEIM).
The IAC experts conducted the data downloading and readout from all presented units; these works resulted in the Meeting Minutes issuing.
In course of the visit of the Turkish delegation, the questions of further cooperation between theI AC and UEIM in the field of accident investigations and prevention were discussed. UEIM Director informed that the UEIM is intent on setting a laboratory for the onboard recorders' examinations and expressed the hope that the IAC experts could help both in the laboratory establishing and the necessary specialists' training.
During the meeting, some issues related to the aviation medicine and use of drones in civil aviation were also discussed.