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16 January 1982 - a Yak-40 (CCCP-87902) belly-landed following fuel exhaustion at Shevchenko, Soviet Union. All 3 survived.

16 January 1982 - a Yak-40 (CCCP-87902) belly-landed following fuel exhaustion at Shevchenko, Soviet Union. All 3 survived.

2 May 1974 - Aeroflot Flight 1255, a Yak-40 (CCCP-87398) Crashed following an aborted take-off at Rostov Airport, Soviet Union. The aircraft was operating a Lipetsk-Rostov on Don-Mineralnye Vody passenger service. 1 of 38 on board were killed.

28 February 1973 - Aeroflot Flight a Seconds after getting airborne, the airplane fell back to the runway at Semipalatinsk Airport, Soviet Union. Due to operate a domestic scheduled Semipalatinsk–Ust-Kamenogorsk passenger service. Killing all

Ansett ANA Vickers Viscount 832 (VH-RMI) before its fatal crash on 22 September 1966 killing all 24 on-board.

The Vickers Viscount Network is a Virtual Museum dedicated to the Vickers-Armstrongs Viscount that was powered by the revolutionary Rolls-Royce Dart gas-turbine engine.

24 February 1973 - Aeroflot Flight 630, a Il-18V (CCCP-75712) Broke up at a height of 2,200 metres (7,200 ft) as it spun, crashing 40 kilometres (25 mi) away from Ura-Tyube, Soviet Union. The aircraft was operating a domestic scheduled Dushanbe–Leninabad passenger service. Killing all 79.

5 March 1963 - Aeroflot Flight a Inbound from Krasnovodsk struck power lines on approach to Ashgabat Airport, Soviet Union and crashed some metres ft) short of the runway, broke up, and caught fire. Killing 16 of

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5 November 1946 - a was being ferried from Voronezh Airport to Vnukovo Airport, when it crashed in the outskirts of Moscow due to fuel exhaustion while in a holding pattern. Killing all 5 on board.

17 December 1976 - Aeroflot Flight H-36, an An-24 (CCCP-46722) Flew below the glideslope amid reduced visibility on approach to Zhulyany Airport, Soviet Union eventually colliding with a concrete embankment. Was operating a domestic scheduled Chernovtsy–Kiev passenger service. Killing 48 of 55.

28 April 1975 - a descended below the glidepath and crashed short of the runway at Poltava Airport, Soviet Union. All 11 on board survived.

7 January 1982 - a L-410M (CCCP-67290) crashed into a hill near Gelendzhik, Soviet Union under unspecified circumstances. Killing all 18.

4 December 1984 - an entered a steep dive, losing altitude after the artificial horizon failed and the crew became disorientated in clouds . The crew could not recover and the aircraft struck trees and terrain in Kostroma, Soviet Union. Killing all

6 October 1975 - a Yak-40 (CCCP-87328) Crashed at Kirov Airport, Soviet Union following the failure of the three engines. Passengers & crew fate unknown.

18 April 1986 - a suffered structural failure at Kazan Airport, Soviet Union.

United Airlines McDonnell Douglas DC-10-10 N1816U being towed to the hangar at Vancouver-International, August 1985. One of three leased to CP Air at the time, however the only one to keep the United livery. (Photo: Gary Vincent)

United Airlines McDonnell Douglas being towed to the hangar at Vancouver-International, August One of three leased to CP Air at the time, however the only one to keep the United livery.

5 November 1946 - a Li-2 (CCCP-Л4207) Crashed in Moscow due to fuel exhaustion after repeated approach attempts while in a holding pattern. The aircraft was operating a domestic scheduled Vilnius-Moscow passenger service. Killing 1 of the 26 on board.

5 November 1946 - a Crashed in Moscow due to fuel exhaustion after repeated approach attempts while in a holding pattern. The aircraft was operating a domestic scheduled Vilnius-Moscow passenger service. Killing 1 of the 26 on board.

9 April 1974 - a Yak-40 (CCCP-87369) Crashed at Kazan Airport, Soviet Union after an engine fire. Passengers & crew fate unknown.

16 January 1987 - Aeroflot Flight a Crashed shortly after takeoff from Yuzhny Airport as it encountered a wake vortex generated by the departure of an Ilyushin moments before. Killing all

Aeroflot Soviet Airlines

Aeroflot Soviet Airlines

Boeing 720-023B aircraft picture

Boeing 720-023B aircraft picture

14 August 1987 - an An-28 (CCCP-28741) Suffered a hard landing in Ust-Nem, Soviet Union. No fatalities.

14 August 1987 - an Suffered a hard landing in Ust-Nem, Soviet Union. No fatalities.

28 July 1961 - a Il-18V (CCCP-75766) Engine flameout during a test flight. Crash-landed at Lukhovitsy Tretyakovo Airport, Soviet Union. No one on board were killed.

28 July 1961 - a Engine flameout during a test flight. Crash-landed at Lukhovitsy Tretyakovo Airport, Soviet Union. No one on board were killed.

Delta 727-200

Delta 727-200

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