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Estado:
Fecha:sábado 6 diciembre 1986
Tipo:Silhouette image of generic AN26 model; specific model in this crash may look slightly different
Antonov An-26
Operador:Magyar Légierö - Hungarian Air Force
Registración: 210
Numéro de série: 2210
Ańo de Construcción: 1974
Tripulación:Fatalidades: 4 / Ocupantes: 5
Pasajeros:Fatalidades: 0 / Ocupantes: 0
Total:Fatalidades: 4 / Ocupantes: 5
Dańos en la Aeronave: Anulado
Consecuencias: Written off (damaged beyond repair)
Ubicación:cerca Veszprém-Szentkirályszabadja Air Base (   Hungría)
Fase: Aproximación (APR)
Naturaleza:Militar
Aeropuerto de Salida:Budapest-Ferihegy Airport (BUD/LHBP), Hungría
Aeropuerto de Llegada:Veszprém-Szentkirályszabadja Air Base (LHSA), Hungría
Descripción:
The Hungarian Air Force An-26 had flown to Berlin-Schönefeld (SXF) to demonstrate a small tractor developed by Malev. After returning to Budapest-Ferihegy (BUD) the airplane was prepared for a flight to Szentkirályszabadja Air Base. The airplane crashed on a dark winter night near the Air Base, probably due to icing.

Fuentes:
» E-mail Ivan Rado, 1-5-2007
» Soviet Transports
» E-mail Gabor Toth, 14-3-2012


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This map shows the airport of departure and the intended destination of the flight. The line between the airports does not display the exact flight path.
Distance from Budapest-Ferihegy Airport to Veszprém-Szentkirályszabadja Air Base as the crow flies is 104 km (65 miles).
Accident location: Approximate; accuracy within a few kilometers.

This information is not presented as the Flight Safety Foundation or the Aviation Safety Network’s opinion as to the cause of the accident. It is preliminary and is based on the facts as they are known at this time.
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