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Photo ID: 2378147
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PZL-Mielec An-28
Dushanbe (DYU / UTDD)
Tajikistan, May 2005
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CCCP-28791 (cn 1AJ005-24) Part of the the nine AN 28 derelict at this time near the apron.
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PZL-Mielec An-28
Shabunda (FZMW)
Congo (Kinshasa), September 4, 2012
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9Q-CSX (cn 1AJ003-12) It was around election time in DRC when this one got w/o (Oct/Nov 2011). It took off from Shabunda (FZMW) with 3 crew and 16 pax. The aircraft suffered an engine failure and had to return to FZMW for a forced landing, during which it ended up in the ditch next to the strip. Everybody walked away without injuries. It was a effective combination of loud out prayers and Russian craftsmanship.
Guido Potters
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Photo ID: 2129689
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PZL-Mielec An-28
Farnborough (FAB / EGLF)
UK - England, September 8, 1996
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HA-LAJ (cn 1AJ005-11) On 28thAugust 1993, this An-28 was damaged beyond repair during a heavy forced landing following total engine power loss (due to an electrical defect) after take off from Weston On The Green. The seventeen parachutists and two crew on board vacated the aircraft uninjured. Photographed within the confines of the AAIB compound. Note the construction AJ005-11 number differs from that applied to the end of the wing section AJ005-12. The cockpit section is now owned by a collector in Vik, Norway.
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