С-32 RA-0314G 01.08.2015

Accident date01.08.2015
Investigation status
Aircraft registration numberRA-0314G
Place of aircraft departure
Airport of departure
Intended destination
Intended Airport of arrival
Accident siteРФ, Республика Саха (Якутия), Хангаласский район, поселок Ой
Aircraft typeC-32
Serial №
Aircraft operator
Aircraft ownerНП «Спортивный клуб "Энергетик Авиа"
The date of the completion of the investigation (report)21.12.2015
Number of fatalities0
Victims accuracy
Degree of aircraft destructionaircraft damaged

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Aviation typeGA
Works type

05 august 2015

    Non-fatal accident with C-32 RA-0314G aircraft owned by "Energetic Avia Club" non-commercial partnership occurred in the Sakha Republic (Yakutia, RF) on August 1, 2015. According to the available information the pilot on board was killed. The aircraft was destroyed.
    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.

29 december 2015

The Investigation team of the Interstate Aviation Committee has completed the investigation of the accident with «C-32» (FVSP) RA-0314G aircraft owned by "Sport club "Energetic-AVIA" NPO occurred in the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia, RF) on August 1, 2015.

Most probably the accident with «C-32» RA-0314G aircraft (FVSP) was caused by the speed loss and stall when performing the one-eighty approach (180 degree turn) immediately after take-off.

PIC's decision to return to the departure airport was caused by insufficient engine apparent power. Lack of engine power most probably caused fuel system leakage that resulted in fuel-air mixture icing.

Fuel system pressure-sealing most probably was caused by the leakage at the junction of manual fuel pump (bulb) and fuel-supply connection.

PIC's decision to perform straigt ahead emergency landing most probably could reduce the severity of the accident result.

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