The MiG-31 of the Air Force of Kazakhstan, which eventually crashed near Karaganda, was piloted by experienced pilots


The Kazakh Ministry of Defense has confirmed information about the incident in the air force of the republic. We are talking about the fall of the MiG-31 aircraft of the Kazakh Air Force. It is reported that the fighter-interceptor fell near the airport of the city of Karaganda.


The Ministry of Defense of Kazakhstan reported on the reasons for what happened. According to the agency, immediately after takeoff one of the engines caught fire. The pilots reported this "tower" and received orders for bailouts. To avoid casualties on the ground, the crew of the combat vehicle sent it to the field. As a result, the crew itself safely ejected.

Local media reported that servicemen were injured. They are delivered by the ambulance aviation to the clinic named after Kh.Zh.Makazhanova. One soldier is in satisfactory condition, the other is of moderate severity.

It is known that piloting the aircraft was carried out by experienced pilots. Their names and titles are called. These are lieutenant colonels Gavrilko and Kurmangaliev. The total flight time of the first is 1161 hours, of the second - almost 900. It is also known that the combat vehicle that crashed was released in 1991.



At the crash site of the MiG-31 fighter-interceptor, a special commission is working, formed by the military department of Kazakhstan. It was formed by order of the Minister of Defense of the Republic.
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  1. rich April 17 2020 06: 20 New
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    As a result of the crash, there are injured - two pilots, reports “Sputnik Kazakhstan”. The condition of one of them is assessed as satisfactory, the other of moderate severity. Both servicemen receive treatment in one of the clinics in Karaganda.
    The MiG-31 of the Air Force of Kazakhstan, which eventually crashed near Karaganda, was piloted by experienced pilots

    This is noticeable in their competent actions.
    As previously reported, the MiG-31 of the Kazakh Air Force crashed during a scheduled flight to prepare for combat duty. Shortly after take-off, there was a fire in one of the engines. The pilots took the plane away from the settlements and ejected, making sure that nothing threatened the civilian population.
  2. rotmistr60 April 17 2020 06: 27 New
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    the crew safely ejected
    And this is the main thing.
    1. Navat April 17 2020 09: 24 New
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      Where ? In Karaganda !!!
      1. Voyager April 17 2020 10: 35 New
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        It’s ridiculous. (no)
  3. Mitroha April 17 2020 06: 30 New
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    To avoid casualties on the ground, the crew of the combat vehicle sent it to the field.

    Well done. An early amendment and return to duty.
  4. jovanni April 17 2020 06: 35 New
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    It is known that piloting the aircraft was carried out by experienced pilots.

    The equipment failed, but the guys did not disappoint. God give them a speedy recovery ...
  5. aszzz888 April 17 2020 06: 46 New
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    It’s good that without human loss. And iron can be replaced with another.
  6. Zoldat_A April 17 2020 07: 29 New
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    The MiG-31 of the Air Force of Kazakhstan, which eventually crashed near Karaganda, was piloted by experienced pilots
    And 900 hours of flight - is it a lot or a little? I just do not know. In the course that their plaque is taken into account, but how much, how .... request Well, for example, a lieutenant after school or a major fighter - what are the average flight numbers? Maybe someone knows?

    I heard that during the Union, civilian pilots didn’t fly in hours, but counted in kilometers — my school friend’s father, a civilian pilot (flew on a Tu-134 passenger), had a red badge with an airplane, flags on the background of the globe and a ribbon with the inscription “1000000 kilometers” (or without the word “kilometers” - I don’t remember, it was a long time ago). And he still had a similar blue with the inscription "500000 kilometers", but he did not wear it.
    1. Sancho_SP April 17 2020 07: 37 New
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      Two flights Moscow-Vladivostok and back a week - this is more than 150 thousand per month, or under 200 hours, depending on how you count.

      Obviously, in civil aviation, a million kilometers or a thousand hours - this is absolutely for beginners.
      1. Zoldat_A April 17 2020 07: 53 New
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        Quote: Sancho_SP
        Obviously, in civil aviation, a million kilometers or a thousand hours - this is absolutely for beginners.

        I don’t know how it was considered there - we were then 8-10 years old, and my friend’s father, respectively, was a little over 30. But then I saw such icons in my life only 2-3 times.
    2. NKT
      NKT April 17 2020 08: 21 New
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      In civil aviation, too, the clock is flying. Only some (just like that) translate them into kilometers, others - into the number of passengers carried. And so, after the school flight (was) about 40-50 hours. Further, in order to fly in the right seat, it was necessary to fly off another 150-200 hours with an instructor in a regular airplane. Then they attached it to the experimental PIC and he continued to fly in a carriage. For the left seat and entering the FAC it was necessary to fly about 4500 hours.
      1. Zoldat_A April 17 2020 08: 36 New
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        Quote: NKT
        In civil aviation, too, the clock is flying. Only one (just like that) translates them into kilometers

        So no! There, on the badge, there were kilometers for a reason, the badge itself was VERY good quality, made of good metal, heavy, with a “medal” fastener - not some silumin garbage. True, as far as I remember, it’s not number plate, but the quality is much more solid than the soldier’s “runner” or “coolness”. It can be seen that the factory made, that is, they themselves did not order from the engraver in the department store.
        It did not work to ask a friend's father later - he died in the 80s. And that remained a mystery to me that badge "for 1000000 kilometers" for civilian pilots.
        1. NKT
          NKT April 17 2020 08: 58 New
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          Yes you are right! Found in the internet, there were badges for 300t km, 500t km, 800t km and for 1000t km!




          1. Zoldat_A April 17 2020 13: 56 New
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            Quote: NKT
            Yes you are right! Found in the internet

            Absolutely them! Two penultimate. And, if 1000000 km of flying is quite a bit for a civilian pilot - painfully the badges are solidly made. But I don’t remember the “pin” - all my life it seemed that they were on a “medal” mount, on a pin.
    3. sledak April 17 2020 09: 07 New
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      Quote: Zoldat_A
      The MiG-31 of the Air Force of Kazakhstan, which eventually crashed near Karaganda, was piloted by experienced pilots
      And 900 hours of flight - is it a lot or a little? I just do not know. In the course that their plaque is taken into account, but how much, how .... request Well, for example, a lieutenant after school or a major fighter - what are the average flight numbers? Maybe someone knows?


      I join the question!
      Someone, dear furomchaye, can tell you a lot about this or little for lieutenant colonels on the MiG-31? (It is understood that engine ignition may not depend on plaque)

      It is clear that the BTA has completely different numbers.
      1. Yok Migarek April 17 2020 09: 22 New
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        Quote: sledak
        Quote: Zoldat_A
        The MiG-31 of the Air Force of Kazakhstan, which eventually crashed near Karaganda, was piloted by experienced pilots
        And 900 hours of flight - is it a lot or a little? I just do not know. In the course that their plaque is taken into account, but how much, how .... request Well, for example, a lieutenant after school or a major fighter - what are the average flight numbers? Maybe someone knows?


        I join the question!
        Someone, dear furomchaye, can tell you a lot about this or little for lieutenant colonels on the MiG-31? (It is understood that engine ignition may not depend on plaque)

        It is clear that the BTA has completely different numbers.

        In 1988, I graduated from a fighter school with a raid of 270 hours. And then everything went downward. Now in universities, front-line aviation pilots fly 50 hours at a glance. In the service (according to modern realities) 1000 hours of flight is an experienced pilot.
        1. Navat April 17 2020 09: 25 New
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          What did you fly on?
          1. Yok Migarek April 17 2020 09: 26 New
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            Quote: Navat
            What did you fly on?

            Why are you interested in? smile
            1. Navat April 17 2020 10: 19 New
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              Are you a pilot or a tramp? "For what purpose are you interested?" - classic question on the zone
              1. Yok Migarek April 17 2020 10: 26 New
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                Quote: Navat
                Are you a pilot or a tramp? "For what purpose are you interested?" - classic question on the zone

                I did not know about the zone. Not my circle.
                I am a pilot. He flew on the MiGs. Different.
                1. Yok Migarek April 17 2020 10: 30 New
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                  By the way, unlike NATOVtsev, the raid we have is considered purely by flight time. At the Yankees - includes taxiing and even starting the engines.
                2. Maximilian37 April 17 2020 14: 28 New
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                  since I started talking for myself on the Internet, then answer up to the full. What did you fly on?
                3. Navat April 17 2020 17: 17 New
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                  From what you know, in your time, was there a lag behind the West in aviation? And the second question, what was cooler, an early version of the Mig-29 or an earlier version of the Su-27?
      2. NIKN April 17 2020 09: 55 New
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        Quote: sledak
        Someone, dear furomchaye, can tell you a lot about this or little for lieutenant colonels on the MiG-31?

        In Soviet times, a flight time of 250 hours per year was considered necessary and sufficient, in practice it was a rarity large, with an average of 150 hours on regular flights. In times of democracy and 40-50 hours for joy was.
        1. Yok Migarek April 17 2020 10: 29 New
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          Quote: NIKNN
          Quote: sledak
          Someone, dear furomchaye, can tell you a lot about this or little for lieutenant colonels on the MiG-31?

          In Soviet times, a flight time of 250 hours per year was considered necessary and sufficient, in practice it was a rarity large, with an average of 150 hours on regular flights. In times of democracy and 40-50 hours for joy was.

          250 hours only instructors flew. In military aviation, 100-120 hours was considered excellent.
          1. NIKN April 17 2020 21: 18 New
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            Quote: Yok-Migarek
            In military aviation, 100-120 hours was considered excellent.

            So I wrote
            on average at regular flights 150 hours.
            But they were striving for state norms, I could be wrong, but in their best times 250 at least it was planned for a pilot.
        2. Piramidon April 17 2020 10: 30 New
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          Quote: NIKNN
          In Soviet times, a flight time of 250 hours per year was considered necessary and sufficient, in practice it was a rarity large, with an average of 150 hours on regular flights. In times of democracy and 40-50 hours for joy was.

          In Soviet times, in order to maintain all the benefits and stay on flight work, it was necessary to fly at least 70 hours a year. This is for long-range aviation, since we could fly up to 15-17 hours in one flight. I won’t say for the fighter, but, in theory, there should be less
          1. Yok Migarek April 17 2020 10: 58 New
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            Quote: Piramidon
            Quote: NIKNN
            In Soviet times, a flight time of 250 hours per year was considered necessary and sufficient, in practice it was a rarity large, with an average of 150 hours on regular flights. In times of democracy and 40-50 hours for joy was.

            In Soviet times, in order to maintain all the benefits and stay on flight work, it was necessary to fly at least 70 hours a year. This is for long-range aviation, since we could fly up to 15-17 hours in one flight. I won’t say for the fighter, but, in theory, there should be less

            Yes, Far is incorrect to compare with Front. I have the longest 1h 45m distillation flight. And the shortest (I don’t count flights in a circle) is 11 minutes (LTU squadron at night). There was a landfill near by, the route was not given. He took off, threw a bomb and went home. smile But the number of take-offs / landings! No civilians will ever dream so much!
            1. NN52 April 17 2020 22: 21 New
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              Yok Migarek
              What types are mastered?
    4. ancient April 17 2020 09: 27 New
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      Quote: Zoldat_A
      And 900 hours of flight - is it a lot or a little?

      The qualification rate for the 1st class is 650 hours of flight. degree of preparation - ready to maintain a database (in any structure), using (all that is possible), performing combat use from all complex types of maneuver, using the entire standard range of weapons, at any time of the day and m / m of weather, with landing at the "extreme" M / m at night ....... / .......).
      But all this is necessary ... to "support" soldier
      1. NN52 April 17 2020 22: 25 New
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        ancient
        This is nonsense ......)) what do you write ....
        1. ancient April 17 2020 23: 06 New
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          Quote: NN52
          This is nonsense ......)) what do you write ...

          So take a flight book and see the Tolerance Section ..... where should there be an Order about your level of combat readiness.
          And ... I forgot ... you ..... "eternal B / C" .. well, you have the maximum icon of a parachutist ... and "... in the" pilots "... you try ..." cling to " wassat
          "What types are mastered" ???? Who are you to ask people such questions? wassat
          1. NN52 April 18 2020 16: 22 New
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            ancient
            Well you ...
            Oh, kay ... will I post a photo of my flight book? Are you ready to post your photos? with reference to today? (against the background of the calendar?). Have you agreed?
          2. NN52 April 18 2020 22: 28 New
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            I thought so...
            The cannon ...
    5. Pete mitchell April 17 2020 10: 09 New
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      Quote: Zoldat_A
      For example, a lieutenant after school or a major fighter - what are the average flight numbers?

      These are very decent numbers, especially if you take into account a specific historical period. Let's just say: the teacher retired with full service with a raid of 2000, instructed a lot.
      We are talking about fighters, it is not correct to compare their attack with civilians.
    6. Maximilian37 April 17 2020 14: 24 New
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      I drove a million in a car, give badges for it?
      1. Zoldat_A April 17 2020 14: 28 New
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        Quote: Maximilian37
        I drove a million in a car, give badges for it?

        If "drove" - ​​it is unlikely. And if you “flew” - then everything can be. Gayts need to be asked ... smile
        1. Maximilian37 April 17 2020 14: 40 New
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          so I "flew"! Ches word! wink
  7. knn54 April 17 2020 07: 39 New
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    1991 As they say "vague" time.
    When our company ran out of components, we rushed to look at other factories. The military representative warned that he was ready to work with previously issued (a year, two) ICs, but would not “miss” microcircuits released in 1989. and later.
    I think that some jamb will be found in the engine. Not necessarily production, Faced
    repeatedly, when some parts were not installed, but put off for spare parts. For example. Cylinder head, where they "forgot" to make a thread under a candle.
    1. grandfather_Kostya April 17 2020 09: 01 New
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      I think that some jamb will be found in the engine

      Judging by the video it burns well, firefighters are not visible. I don’t know what will remain for the investigators except for the molten aluminum.
  8. EvilLion April 17 2020 08: 35 New
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    "Eventually". It is written as if there was a drama for 2 hours, and not another routine flight accident.
  9. sanik2020 April 17 2020 09: 50 New
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    Everyone is alive and thank God!
    But planes fall, it happens.
  10. iouris April 17 2020 16: 29 New
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    Did someone understand what is written in the title? What is the result?
  11. iouris April 17 2020 16: 33 New
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    The Kazakh Air Force should be equipped with other equipment suitable for the armed struggle against a potential enemy.
  12. NF68 April 18 2020 16: 49 New
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    It is good that no one was hurt.