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Denis Manturov commented on the report of the IAC on the SSJ 100 crash

Denis Manturov commented on the report of the IAC on the SSJ 100 crash
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The Minister of Industry and Trade Denis Manturov commented on the preliminary report of the Interstate Aviation Committee on the investigation into the causes of the SSJ 100 plane crash at Sheremetyevo. According to him, the aircraft’s equipment and equipment worked properly except for the moment of lightning, the minister said. About it пишет RIA News.

Denis Manturov also noted that the landing of the aircraft took place in the normal mode. "As for the landing, the decoding took place in seconds, the landing took place in the normal mode, while, as for the landing moment, the aircraft was designed for 3,7 J load ... the contact occurred with the 2,5 load, the second contact was higher than normal which led to those consequences, ”the Minister said.

In total, the IAC report contains 104 pages that provide information on the technical condition of the SSJ 100 aircraft before departure, crew actions before and during the crash, as well as preliminary conclusions on the causes of the tragedy. One of the versions of the investigation at the moment is crew error during the landing of the aircraft, which provoked a fire and the subsequent death of a 41 person.

To assess the actions of the crew, the IAC plans to conduct experiments on a full-flight simulator.