Krasavia YK42 near Norilsk on Aug 23rd 2016, engine shut down in flight

Last Update: August 26, 2016 / 17:09:32 GMT/Zulu time

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Incident Facts

Date of incident
Aug 23, 2016

Classification
Incident

Airline
Krasavia

Flight number
K9-9362

Aircraft Registration
RA-42414

Aircraft Type
YAKOVLEV Yak-142

ICAO Type Designator
YK42

A Krasavia Yakovlev Yak-42D, registration RA-42414 performing flight K9-9362 from Chatanga to Krasnojarsk (Russia) with 1 passenger and 8 crew, was climbing through about 6500 feet out of Chatanga when the left hand engine shut down by itself. The crew considered a diversion to the nearest aerodrome at Norilsk (Russia) but decided to continue to Krasnojarsk, where the aircraft landed safely about 3 hours later.

Rosaviatsia (Russia's CAA) reported the left hand engine shut down without pilot action, the crew considered to divert to Norilsk but decided to continue to Krasnojarsk for a landing 2:54 hours after departure. The causes of the shut down, like failure of the fuel system, failure of the control system, disturbances of stable airflow through the engine (inlet, compressor, combustion chamber, ...) or external influences like weather are under investigation.
Aircraft Registration Data
Registration mark
RA-42414
Country of Registration
Russia
Date of Registration
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Certification Basis
Manufacturer
Aircraft Model / Type
Yak-42D
ICAO Aircraft Type
YK42
Serial Number
Engine Count
Incident Facts

Date of incident
Aug 23, 2016

Classification
Incident

Airline
Krasavia

Flight number
K9-9362

Aircraft Registration
RA-42414

Aircraft Type
YAKOVLEV Yak-142

ICAO Type Designator
YK42

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