2011 Garbuzovo Antonov An-148 crash
Mon, 2020-Oct-19 00:10 UTC
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On 5 March 2011, an Antonov An-148 passenger jet broke up in mid-air and crashed on the outskirts of Garbuzovo, a village in the Belgorod Oblast of Russia. All six crew members, the only people on board, were killed. The aircraft was on a demonstration flight prior to delivery to the Myanmar Air Force. The subsequent investigation concluded that the aircraft broke up after the crew allowed it to substantially exceed its maximum design speed during a practice emergency descent.
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