Angara Airlines Flight 200
RA-47366, the aircraft involved, seen in SAT Airlines livery
|Date||27 June 2019|
|Summary||Runway excursion, under investigation|
|Site||Nizhneangarsk Airport, Russia|
|Aircraft type||Antonov An-24RV|
|IATA flight No.||2G200|
|Flight origin||Ulan-Ude Airport, Ulan-Ude, Russia|
|Destination||Nizhneangarsk Airport, Nizhneangarsk, Russia|
Angara Airlines Flight 200 was a domestic scheduled flight from Ulan-Ude Airport to Nizhneangarsk Airport, Russia. On 27 June 2019, the Antonov An-24RV aircraft operating the flight suffered an engine failure on take-off. On returning to Nizhneangarsk, the aircraft departed the runway and collided with a building. All 43 passengers survived the crash whilst two of the four crew, the pilot and flight engineer, were killed.
Flight 200 was en route from Ulan-Ude Airport when an engine failure occurred in the left engine. The aircraft landed at Nizhneangarsk Airport at 10:20 local time (02:20 UTC). It overran the runway and collided with a building belonging to a sewage works. Two of the 47 people on board were killed and 22 were injured. The aircraft was damaged beyond repair by the accident and a post-crash fire.
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