A Russian L-39 military aircraft crashed in the Kuban, the pilot died

MOSCOW, (BM) – Military training aircraft L-39 crashed in the Kuban. According to a source from Interfax, the pilot died, learned BulgarianMilitary.com.

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A TASS source said that the accident occurred in the area of ​​the village of Dmitrievskaya. The plane belonged to the Tikhoretsk branch of the Krasnodar Flight School. According to the interlocutor of journalists, a cadet was at the helm.

The Ministry of Defense confirmed the collapse of the military training L-39 in the Kuban. According to the agency, the flight was carried out without ammunition.

“On March 25, at about 16:00 in the Krasnodar Territory, a combat training aircraft L-39 crashed while performing a planned training flight. The plane was piloted by a 4-year cadet of the Krasnodar Higher Military Aviation School of Pilots. According to preliminary information, the pilot died,” the Russian Defense Ministry said in a statement. .

The accident occurred while performing a planned training flight, reports TASS. The aircraft was controlled by a fourth-year cadet. According to preliminary information, he died, the Ministry of Defense said.

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Specialists of the search and rescue service were sent to the scene of the disaster.

On February 20, the An-2 plane made a hard landing in Magadan. Onboard there were 12 passengers and two crew members. In five people, doctors discovered compression fractures of the spine.


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