RRJ-95B RA-89011 10.10.2018

Accident date10.10.2018
Investigation statusInvestigation is finished
Aircraft registration numberRA-89011
Place of aircraft departure
Airport of departure
Intended destination
Intended Airport of arrival
Accident siteat Yakutsk airport
LatitudeN 62º05′18.2″
LongitudeE 129º46′02.3″
Aircraft typeRRJ-95B
Serial №95019
Aircraft operatorAir company "Yakutia", JSC
Aircraft ownerAir company "Yakutia", JSC
The date of the completion of the investigation (report)29.09.2020
Number of fatalities0
Victims accuracyfinal
Degree of aircraft destructionaircraft partially damaged
Report

Final Report (ru) (5.64 MB)

Aviation typeCommercial
Works type
Note

10 october 2018

On 10.10.2018, at 03:21 local time (09.10.2018, at 18:21 UTC) at Yakutsk airport non-fatal accident with RRJ-95B RA-89011 aircraft owned by Air company "Yakutia", JSC occurred. According to the available information 5 crew members and 87 passengers were on board. 4 people sought medical assistance. The aircraft sustained damage.

In accordance with standards of Annex 13 to the Convention on International Civil Aviation and provisions of Russian Aviation Legislation (Aircraft Accident and Incident Investigation Regulations in Russian Federation) the Interstate Aviation Committee (IAC) has appointed the Investigation team. The Investigation team has started its work. 


09 october 2020

The investigation of the accident involving RRJ-95 (model RRJ-95B) RA-89011 aircraft owned by Yakutia Airlines JSC has been completed. The investigation of the accident was conducted in compliance with Annex 13, "Aircraft Accident and Incident Investigation", to the Convention on International Civil Aviation and with the Russian legislation regulations.

The Final Report on the accident investigation results was signed unanimously by all members of the Investigation team which included the IAC experts, as well as the FATA and Irkut Corporation PJSC specialists, with no comments nor dissenting opinions expressed.

Complying with sanitary and epidemiological restrictions established both on the federal level and on the level of Moscow, where the IAC headquaters is located, the Investigator-in-Charge conducted a videoconference meeting with the managerial staff of the Yakutsk (Sakha) Interregional Territorial Department of the Federal Air Transport Agency, Yakutsk Airport JSC and Yakutia Airlines JSC.