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|Secondary hubs||Domodedovo International Airport
Vnukovo International Airport
|Parent company||CJSC "Aviastar-SP"|
|Headquarters||Zhukovsky, Moscow Oblast, Russia|
|Key people||Ivan Ivanovich Sukhomlin (General Director)|
The Aviastar-TU fleet consists of the following aircraft (as of August 2016):
Aviastar-TU, an aircraft operator, has an historical affiliation with Aviastar-SP, an aircraft builder.
Accidents and incidents
- On 22 March 2010, Aviastar-TU Flight 1906, a Tupolev Tu-204 (RA-64011) crashed on approach to Moscow Domodedovo International Airport. Only eight crew members were on board, and all of them survived. Immediately upon the accident, the Russian aviation supervisory authority suspended Aviastar-TU from carrying passengers, pending an examination of the airline's flight operations. In September 2010, the Russian aviation supervisory authority, МАК, released its final report into the accident. The cause of the accident was attributed to pilot error, with a number of factors contributing to the accident including inadequate crew training and lack of cockpit resource management, failure of autoflight systems and regulatory violations by Aviastar-TU.
- "Contact information." Aviastar-TU. Retrieved on June 7, 2016. "Addess: [sic] 4 Grishchenko street, Zhukovsky, Moscow Region, Russian Federation, 140180 " - Russian address: "Адрес: 140180, Россия, Московская область, г. Жуковский, ул. Грищенко д. 4"
- "Global Airline Guide 2016 (Part Two)". Airliner World (November 2016): 29.
- See an Archived News Report, originally published on 22 March 2010 at Flightglobal.com. See also The Aviation Herald, 22 March 2010.
- "Accident: Aviastar-TU T204 at Moscow on Mar 22nd 2010, landed short of runway". 2010-09-20. Retrieved 2011-06-12. Formal investigation report in Russian is at MAK.ru.
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