P2006T RA-1334G 07.12.2014

Accident date07.12.2014
Investigation status
Aircraft registration numberRA-1334G
Place of aircraft departure
Airport of departure
Intended destination
Intended Airport of arrival
Accident siteа/д «Большое Грызлово» Московской области
Latitude54⁰48’071’’ сш
Longitude037⁰40’366’’ вд
Aircraft typeTecnam P2006T
Serial №039
Aircraft operatorООО "ЧелАвиа Сервис"
Aircraft ownerООО "Авиационная компания "ЧелАвиа"
The date of the completion of the investigation (report)13.07.2016
Number of fatalities0
Victims accuracy
Degree of aircraft destructionaircraft damaged

report_ra-1334g.pdf (1.44 MB)

Aviation typeGA
Works type

08 december 2014

     The accident with R2006T RA-1334G aircraft operated by "ChelAvia" Airlines occurred near Bolshoye Gryzlovo a/d, Moscow Region (RF) on December 7, 2014. According to the available information the pilot on board was injured.
     The Interstate Aviation Committee has formed the Investigation team of the accident in accordance with the Russian Aviation Legislation. The Investigation team started its work.

13 july 2016

     The Interstate Aviation Committee Investigation team has completed the investigation of the accident with Tecnam P2006T RA-1334G aircraft owned by "ChelAvia Service" LLC occurred in the Moscow region (RF) on December 7, 2014.
     The accident was caused by Tecnam P2006T aircraft emergency landing outside the airport with aircraft substantial damage and pilot injury.
     The emergency landing was caused by takeoff operation with nose-down stabilizer trim and failure to take measures on its neutral setting that resulted in back pressure increase at control wheel with flight rate increase due to engines operation at maximum rating and inability of level flight holding.
     The accident was caused by combination of the following factors:
     - inadequate PIC flight training in non-compliance with aircraft stabilizer trim position FOM requirements before take-off; 
     - wrong PIC actions when the stabilizer trim was detected in full nose-down position.

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