Photo 4,260 of 4,263 by Steve Brimley
Photo 4,260 of 4,263 by Steve Brimley
  • A.Mahgoli
    Aria Air (Deta Air)
    Ilyushin Il-62M
    Ilyushin Il-62
    Ilyushin Il-62
    Ilyushin
    1951525
    UP-I6208
    Mashhad - Shahid Hashemi Nejad International
    Iran
    July 2009
  • 183

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#1566826
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August 17, 2009
Caption
Inside the cabin after crash-landing.The nose section including the cockpit and the first 4 rows were smashed. 16 people perished in the accident, 31 people received injuries.Wet leased from Deta Air.
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Comments (14)

Anonymous
6 years ago
Really quite a chilling photo, interesting snap...
Anonymous
6 years ago
Amazing Photo!
Anonymous
6 years ago
Very unique perspective. One you don't really want to see, but can't help looking. 5*
Anonymous
6 years ago
Fly airbus or boeing..
Anonymous
6 years ago
They would fly Airbus or Boeing if western governments allowed them too...
Anonymous
6 years ago
Soviet-built aircraft at their finest...
Anonymous
6 years ago
Did anyone die? This is a chilling photo, yet a great catch, an unusual perspective of the airline industry.
Anonymous
6 years ago
Very interesting (and scary) photo. Thanks for sharing.
Anonymous
6 years ago
The Ilyushin is agreat plane.
Could have been pilot error.
Also you are trying to tell me that there havn't been any crashes with Airbus over the years ?
Anonymous
6 years ago
Chilling photo. This is quite possibly one of the most unique photos on Airliners.net. Shame about the circumstances though.
Anonymous
6 years ago
The IL-62 did its job by not bursting into a huge fireball. There is nothing wrong with soviet designed planes, many of them were over-engineered in strength, at the expense of comfort or efficiency.
Anonymous
6 years ago
The IL 62 has a better safety record than many of its western peers of its time. This accident resulted from an excessive landing speed and runway overrun, rather than any flaw in the aircraft as such.
Anonymous
3 years ago
RIP to those who perished.
Anonymous
9 months ago
A unique picture. I feel terrified just from looking at the aftermath!