Almost for all. It is deemed to be the best stress-relief.Traditional elixir for any occasion in Russia ?
Because everything is visible from footage. Huge PIO (in Russian it is called "Goat", "Goating") on landing with very hard second touch and immediate fire. Definitely pilots are not able to land the plane without electronics, in direct mode, but they were absolutely sure they can, so did not declare emergency at all. PIC is former military transport pilot, retired lt-colonel, this is typical behaviour for Russian army. Bosses do not like soldiers, who can not execute their orders and cope with the problem by themselves! - and it regularly causes disasters.WHY do they do this before any investigation is carried out ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ?
the plane flied well until hard runway touch, so they did not declare anything, only 7600.Any other Western country airport with an incoming Mayday would have the firetrucks lined up and warmed up prior to landing, and gunning it down the edges of runway, right behind the sliding aircraft.
The largest percentage of the fatalities would have been as a result of ingesting toxic smoke. It just reinforces the importance of getting down low as a snakes belly in a fire, and crawling along the floor.
I had a Vincent motorcycle, and was proceeding like a bat out of hell through the Thames village of Hamilton, where the road makes a very gentle S between walled gardens. At the centre of the S is a T junction, where an innocent Austin driver, not anticipating bats or anything else at illegal speeds, had just begun to pull out when he saw me. At this point he panicked and either dropped the clutch, or vacillated between going and not going; whatever he was doing, the Austin continued to emerge in front of me in a series of jerky kangaroo hops. Which made it very hard to decide whether to try and pass in front of him, or behind him. In the upshot, I tried for behind, but in trying to get behind, the back of the Vincent swung out. The rear of the Vincent sports a meaty mudguard stanchion that doubles as a swing down stand, and it raked along the entire side of the Austin, opening it like a can of beans. The bike and I then parted company, and I slid down the road for some distance. As you do........A report by one of the last passengers off said one of the firies offered a bottle of vodka to the passengers. Makes you wonder what sort of professional fire and rescue crew drives around with a bottle of vodka in the truck......