Aviation Photo #0178520: Tupolev Tu-154B-1 - Aeroflot


Photo 4,260 of 4,263 by Steve Brimley
  • Lars Söderström
    Aeroflot
    Tupolev Tu-154B-1
    Tupolev Tu-154/155
    Tupolev Tu-154/155
    Tupolev
    78A286
    CCCP-85286
    Stockholm - Arlanda
    Sweden
    November 14, 1978
  • 212

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#0178520
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July 31, 2001
Caption
This aircraft aborted take off from Rwy 26, but the speed was to high to stop, so the aircraft run through the LLZ and stoped in a embankment side
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Comments (9)

Anonymous
10 years ago
Are those passengers still inside the cabin? Did you take this picture the moment after the accident? Looks pretty crazy.
Anonymous
10 years ago
Very rapide airplane in success emergency landed.
Anonymous
8 years ago
What an amazing photo, its to bad there are no pics of the aircraft evacuation or the event happening. I can't believe you caught the moment where everyone is still on the plane!
Anonymous
7 years ago
I worked as an aircraft maintenance technician at the Tashkent airport between 1984 and 1995. CCCP-85286 was part of the fleet based there, and I serviced it umpteen times. I never suspected it had had an incident of this kind. Thanks for the photo!
Anonymous
6 years ago
Very unusual position of an aircraft on ground! :^)
Anonymous
5 years ago
This illustrates the deeper meaning of the phrase "going through localizer"...
Anonymous
4 years ago
What a shot. But I wish more info about the moment could be given. The closed doors and absence of people or rescue equipment outside are clear evidences of a capture seconds after the aircraft came to a halt. But, at the same time, such a run off like that should bring a large cloud of dust or small debris caused by the contact of the fuselage with grass, even half a minute after the stop. Could the photographer clarify it better? 5 stars anyway!
Anonymous
4 years ago
Inflatable slides? Ha, we don't need no stinki'n slides.
Anonymous
3 years ago
It looks sturdy.