Accident Aero AT-3 R100 UR-CSB,
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ASN Wikibase Occurrence # 386531
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Date:Wednesday 10 April 2024
Type:Silhouette image of generic AAT3 model; specific model in this crash may look slightly different    
Aero AT-3 R100
Owner/operator:Flight school Condor LLC
Registration: UR-CSB
MSN: AT3-045
Fatalities:Fatalities: 0 / Occupants: 2
Aircraft damage: Destroyed
Location:Khmelnytskyi -   Ukraine
Phase: Landing
Departure airport:UKMH
Destination airport:UKMH
Investigating agency: NBAAI
At an altitude of approximately 170-180 feet after takeoff, the crew felt the engine vibrate and saw a drop in speed. The instructor pilot quickly took control of the aircraft and put it into a horizontal flight, maintaining a speed of 65 knots. To stop the vibration, the instructor decided to reduce the engine speed to 4200-4400 rpm, but the vibration did not stop. Then the speed continued to drop and the instructor was forced to descend the aircraft to maintain speed while dodging a collision with trees and looking for a suitable place for an emergency landing.
The collision with the trees was avoided, but behind the trees there was a private field ploughed for sowing, so they had to turn left to the edge of the field, where the aircraft lost altitude and speed and landed roughly with a left bank.
The student pilot was not injured and got out of the cockpit on his own and helped the instructor, who had suffered an injury to the right side of his head, to get out.
There was no fire. The aircraft was heavily damaged.

Accident investigation:
Investigating agency: NBAAI
Report number: 
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11.04.2024 at the accident site.

Revision history:

11-Apr-2024 13:24 Serhii Added
18-May-2024 16:30 ASN Updated [Operator, Location, Narrative, Accident report]

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