Krasavia YK42 at Ufa on Aug 12th 2016, overran runway on landing

Last Update: August 26, 2016 / 16:30:59 GMT/Zulu time

Bookmark this article
Incident Facts

Date of incident
Aug 12, 2016

Classification
Accident

Airline
Krasavia

Flight number
K9-501

Departure
Sochi, Russia

Destination
Ufa, Russia

Aircraft Registration
RA-42340

Aircraft Type
YAKOVLEV Yak-142

ICAO Type Designator
YK42

Airport ICAO Code
UWUU

A Krasavia Yakovlev Yak-42D, registration RA-42340 performing flight K9-501 from Sochi to Ufa (Russia) with 123 passengers and 8 crew, landed on Ufa's runway 32R at about 06:30L (01:30Z) but overran the end of the runway by about 550 meters, went left of the localizer antenna and came to a stop at the side of a road. There were no injuries, the aircraft sustained substantial damage to landing gear and the left hand wing.

Volga's Transport Investigation Department reported the aircraft landed in a strong downpour and thunderstorms when it overran the runway end by about 400 meters at 04:30 Moscow Time (06:30L/01:30Z).

Video evidence shows the aircraft came to a stop just short of the airport road about 535 meters past the runway end and 480 meters past the end of paved surface.

Passengers reported the aircraft attempted to land several times but went around each time until the last approach resulting in the overrun.

A NOTAM A3286/16 suggesting the longer runway 14R/32L was closed for repairs between Jul 28th and Aug 14th 2016 showed the status "cancelled" even before becoming effective suggesting the runway would have been available. However, NOTAMs concerning repair work came into effect after the accident.

On Aug 26th 2016 Rosaviatsia (Russia's CAA) reported the aircraft attempted an approach to runway 14L but went around due to changing winds. The aircraft subsequently positioned for an approach to runway 32R, winds were from 290 degrees at 3m/s (roughly 6 knots), the runway was wet, 2mm of fluid on the runway. The aircraft touched down 1200 meters past the runway threshold, a go around was not considered. The spoilers did not deploy, the crew shut down engines 1 and 3 in order to reduce the length of the ground run, however, the aircraft continued beyond the runway end and came to a stop 427 meters past the end of the paved surface. Rosaviatia named the landing: "amphibious landing".

Related NOTAMs:
A3559/16 - TWY J CLSD DUE TO WIP. 12 AUG 10:30 2016 UNTIL 19 AUG 23:59 2016 ESTIMATED. CREATED: 12 AUG 11:05 2016

A3558/16 - TWY F CLSD DUE TO REPAIR. 12 AUG 10:30 2016 UNTIL 19 AUG 23:59 2016 ESTIMATED. CREATED: 12 AUG 10:53 2016

A3557/16 - RWY 14R/32L CLSD DUE TO REPAIR WIP. 12 AUG 10:40 2016 UNTIL 19 AUG 23:59 2016 ESTIMATED. CREATED: 12 AUG 10:53 2016

A3554/16 - RWY 14L/32R CLSD DUE TO REPAIRS. TUE WED FRI 0545-0720, 16 AUG 05:45 2016 UNTIL 28 OCT 07:20 2016 ESTIMATED. CREATED: 12 AUG 09:08 2016

Metars:
UWUU 120230Z 10005MPS 9999 -SHRA VCTS SCT008 BKN040CB 21/17 Q1016 R32R/290248 TEMPO VRB19MPS 2000 TSRAGR SQ BKN010 RMK QBB240 QFE751/1001
UWUU 120200Z 12004MPS 090V160 9999 TS SCT010 BKN033CB 21/18 Q1016 R32R/290248 TEMPO VRB19MPS 2000 TSRAGR SQ BKN010 RMK QBB300 QFE751/1001
UWUU 120130Z 29003MPS 230V350 4000 -TSRA BKN010 BKN033CB 24/15 Q1017 R32R/290248 TEMPO VRB19MPS 2000 TSRAGR SQ BKN010 RMK QBB300 QFE751/1002
UWUU 120100Z 11003MPS 9999 -TSRA BKN014 BKN033CB 21/17 Q1015 R14L/290248 TEMPO VRB19MPS 2000 TSRAGR SQ BKN010 RMK QFE751/1001
UWUU 120030Z 12008MPS 9999 -TSRA BKN014 BKN033CB 22/17 Q1015 R14L/290248 TEMPO VRB19MPS 2000 TSRAGR SQ BKN010 RMK QFE750/1001
UWUU 120000Z 15007MPS 9999 -TSRA SCT014 BKN033CB 21/18 Q1016 R14L/290248 TEMPO VRB19MPS 2000 TSRAGR SQ BKN010 RMK QFE751/1001
UWUU 112330Z 13009MPS 9999 OVC033CB 22/17 Q1015 R14L/290248 TEMPO VRB19MPS 2000 TSRAGR SQ BKN010 RMK QFE751/1001
UWUU 112300Z 13006MPS 9999 -TSRA SCT015 BKN030CB 23/17 Q1016 R14L/290248 TEMPO VRB19MPS 2000 TSRAGR SQ BKN010 RMK QFE751/1001
UWUU 112230Z 14005MPS 9999 TS BKN030CB 23/17 Q1016 R14L/290248 TEMPO VRB19MPS 2000 TSRAGR SQ BKN010 RMK QFE751/1001
UWUU 112200Z 12006MPS 9999 BKN030CB 23/18 Q1015 R14L/290248 TEMPO VRB19MPS 2000 TSRAGR SQ BKN010 RMK QFE750/1001
UWUU 112130Z 12006MPS 9999 SCT015 BKN030CB 23/19 Q1015 R14L/290248 TEMPO VRB19MPS 2000 TSRAGR SQ BKN010 RMK QFE750/1001
UWUU 112100Z 13006MPS 9999 VCTS SCT015 BKN030CB 22/19 Q1015 R14L/290248 TEMPO VRB19MPS 2000 TSRAGR SQ BKN010 RMK QFE750/1001
UWUU 112030Z 10004MPS 9999 -TSRA SCT015 BKN030CB 23/19 Q1015 R32R/290248 TEMPO VRB19MPS 2000 TSRAGR SQ BKN010 RMK QFE750/1000
UWUU 112000Z 09002MPS 9999 BKN040CB 23/18 Q1015 R32R/290248 TEMPO VRB19MPS 2000 TSRAGR SQ BKN010 RMK QFE750/1000
Incident Facts

Date of incident
Aug 12, 2016

Classification
Accident

Airline
Krasavia

Flight number
K9-501

Departure
Sochi, Russia

Destination
Ufa, Russia

Aircraft Registration
RA-42340

Aircraft Type
YAKOVLEV Yak-142

ICAO Type Designator
YK42

Airport ICAO Code
UWUU

This article is published under license from Avherald.com. © of text by Avherald.com.
Article source

You can read 2 more free articles without a subscription.

Subscribe now and continue reading without any limits!

Are you a subscriber? Login
Subscribe

Read unlimited articles and receive our daily update briefing. Gain better insights into what is happening in commercial aviation safety.

Free newsletter

Want to know more and stay ahead? Get our free weekly newsletter and join 5599 existing subscribers.

By subscribing, you accept our terms and conditions and confirm that you've read our privacy policy.

Send tip

Support AeroInside by sending a small tip amount.

Related articles

Newest articles

Subscribe today

Are you researching aviation incidents? Get access to AeroInside Insights, unlimited read access and receive the daily newsletter.

Pick your plan and subscribe

Partner

Blockaviation logo

A new way to document and demonstrate airworthiness compliance and aircraft value. Find out more.

Virtual Speech logo

ELITE Simulation Solutions is a leading global provider of Flight Simulation Training Devices, IFR training software as well as flight controls and related services. Find out more.

Get updates

Never miss an article from AeroInside. Subscribe to our free weekly newsletter and join 5599 existing subscribers.

By subscribing, you accept our terms and conditions and that you've read our privacy policy.

AeroInside Blog
Popular aircraft
Airbus A320
Boeing 737-800
Boeing 737-800 MAX
Popular airlines
American Airlines
United
Delta
Air Canada
Lufthansa
British Airways