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Training aircraft collided in flight

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Two training aircraft BAE Hawk Finnish air force collided during the flight. Reports about it television channel Yle.


The incident occurred around 12: 13 local time near the town of Kauhava, in the west of the country, where the Air Force flight school is located. Aircraft collided during the execution of the planned flight. The pilots managed to eject.

As stated in the command of the Air Force, both pilots have already contacted, rescuers sent to them. The causes of the collision are not yet known.

At the aerodrome of the flight school of the Finnish Air Force, the 41 Squadron is based, consisting mainly of BAE Hawk aircraft. Part of the machines purchased in 2009 g. In a used form from Switzerland.

Recall that in August 2010, during a training flight, two Greek Air Force fighters collided - single and double F-16. The disaster occurred southwest of Crete. The pilots of the two-seater aircraft managed to eject, they were hospitalized with serious injuries. The body of the third pilot rescuers found in the sea.

In September of the same year, two MiG-21 aircraft collided during an exercise in Croatia. Both pilots managed to eject, as a result, none of them was hurt. Despite this, the pilots were sent to the hospital so that they would undergo an additional examination.
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  1. rrrd
    rrrd 14 November 2013 11: 14
    +5
    this kind of emergency. there is everywhere! be it a projectile at the firing range, a match in the vault, a helicopter crash. etc.
    1. Tersky
      Tersky 14 November 2013 11: 22
      +4
      Quote: rrrd
      What kind of state of emergency. there is everywhere! be it a projectile at the firing range, a match in the vault, a helicopter crash. etc.

      No, the reason is in the "colossal" airspace of the "huge" state of Finland. In light of the likely entry of Finland into NATO, the alliance's air force monitors the "endless" Finnish sky. wink laughing
      1. Vadivak
        Vadivak 14 November 2013 11: 55
        25
        Quote: ...
        Two BAE Hawk Finnish Air Force training aircraft


        And what is difficult to put on the photo Hawk? Or will he be a Hawk and a Hornet?
      2. bereg
        bereg 14 November 2013 15: 04
        +1
        condolences to the fraternal people, flee from the Anglo-Saxons they will kill you all
      3. APASUS
        APASUS 14 November 2013 19: 43
        +1
        Quote: Tersky
        .In light of the likely entry of Finland into NATO, the air force of the alliance monitors the "endless" Finnish sky.

        Where does the information come from? Please share. Although I think for all 100 that this is your speculation!
        1. Vadivak
          Vadivak 14 November 2013 21: 36
          +1
          Quote: APASUS
          Where does the information come from? Please share. Although I think for all 100 that this is your speculation!


          On Friday, President Vladimir Putin held talks with Finnish President Sauli Niiniste, at which he explained to his colleague how Russian-Finnish relations could deteriorate in the future. The Russian president considers Finland’s possible entry into NATO a theoretical stumbling block, since the Alliance may declare plans to deploy any any weapons, and Moscow will have to answer that.


          It was last year that the Finns were poking around, 25.06.2012/XNUMX/XNUMX, Rossiyskaya Gazeta


          July 27, 2013 US Assistant Secretary of Defense Jim Townsend is disappointed with Russia's stance on Finland’s potential NATO membership. “Countries should have the right to independently determine which organizations they are members of and which ones they don’t,” Townsend quoted as saying ...

          In general, the Finnish government keeps NATO away from only the inexorable will of our president
          1. APASUS
            APASUS 15 November 2013 19: 55
            0
            Quote: Vadivak
            July 27, 2013 US Assistant Secretary of Defense Jim Townsend disappointed by Russia's stance on Finland’s potential NATO membership

            I know this country, I know this society, I can safely say that not everything is as simple as the press writes. There are a lot of anti-Russian organizations in the country, only perhaps the Finns are most afraid of dependence and often proud of their independence in practice, not in words.
            In a country where almost 37% of industry is tied to Russia, it is not so easy to spit in the direction of your partner!
      4. sasska
        sasska 15 November 2013 00: 19
        +1
        no-e-e, the Finns have their own planes. but the "endless" sky is monitored at the Proebalts
        the "new gayropeans" don't have money for planes crying
  2. makarov
    makarov 14 November 2013 11: 28
    +1
    If you study like this, then you can stay without planes at all. Whose school is it?
    1. Ihrek
      Ihrek 14 November 2013 11: 34
      +3
      Well, at least the pilots were safe
    2. major071
      major071 14 November 2013 11: 42
      +5
      Well, the school is clearly not ours. And we used to have planes crashing, but something I don’t remember collisions in the air. Or something happened to my memory? laughing
      1. Bashkaus
        Bashkaus 14 November 2013 13: 17
        +4
        Well, why did we have tragedies:
        The Russian Knights fought only 2 times, the first time in Kamrani three planes flew in orderly mountain uphill, and then in 2009 two planes collided in the sky over Zhukovsky in preparation for the MAKS. Of course, I understand that these are aerobatic teams, whose flight, by definition, is on the verge of fantasy, but still.
      2. VAF
        VAF 14 November 2013 14: 12
        +6
        Quote: major071
        Or something happened to my memory?


        Most likely due to lack of knowledge .... on all types of aircraft there were collisions in the air .. for EVERYONE!
        starting with the l-29th ending or ending with the Tu-95-mi!

        And do not read carefully .. the day before yesterday the article "discussed" on the Tu-22 .... read carefully again! soldier
    3. Cherdak
      Cherdak 14 November 2013 13: 52
      +6
      Due to the obvious sloppiness, the 30-year-old captain died, who flew about 1000 hours. He was cut by a cadet of a local academy, a clear lover of computer simulations

      Blue-colored planes collided. Their goal was to "take the" red "intruder in the ticks. Got it, damn it.
      1. starhina01
        starhina01 14 November 2013 14: 02
        +1
        Well, at least here we did not violate the border soldier
        1. uzer 13
          uzer 13 14 November 2013 17: 59
          0
          Resourceful Finnish generals will say that the Russians jammed their radars.
      2. Dovmont
        Dovmont 14 November 2013 16: 43
        +1
        They completed the task - the ticks closed securely !!!))
      3. Akim
        Akim 14 November 2013 21: 13
        +1
        Quote: Cherdak
        Due to the obvious sloppiness, the 30-year-old captain died, who flew about 1000 hours.

        At 30, a thousand hours is serious.
  3. kafa
    kafa 14 November 2013 11: 33
    +4
    sorry very sorry crying heroic profession military pilot
  4. Airman
    Airman 14 November 2013 11: 38
    +3
    Minus 2 aircraft, it’s good that the pilots survived.
  5. Bort radist
    Bort radist 14 November 2013 11: 49
    +1
    It’s cramped on earth, cramped in heaven, the outer space has not yet been mastered.
    1. pint45
      pint45 14 November 2013 15: 01
      0
      It's time to put our gayts in the sky, oh what will happen?
  6. Akim
    Akim 14 November 2013 11: 51
    +2
    If there were bones (pilots), the meat would grow. stop
    1. Akim
      Akim 14 November 2013 12: 30
      +5
      Quote: Akim
      If there were bones (pilots), the meat would grow.

      Now in Odessa there is a procedure for the transfer of the first three MiG-21s to Croatia. So there is a lot of iron in the market.
      1. Nymp
        Nymp 14 November 2013 12: 56
        +1
        Kim, I'm sorry, I wanted to put a plus and missed and clicked on a minus (after a night shift, you need to sleep, and not sit down at the computer). So, please take my minus for a plus. belay In general, as you said, "iron" was a formidable armada at one time !!! hi
        1. Akim
          Akim 14 November 2013 13: 04
          +3
          Quote: Nymp
          In general, as you said, "iron" was a formidable armada at one time !!!

          It was. But the time is different now. In general, at the Shkolny airfield near the Odessa aircraft plant, there are so many different crap (L-39 to MiG-29), half in African or Arab camouflage). Ukrainian coats of arms were applied to the keels - like staked out. They are renovating and selling. But you see for yourself, the buyer is now spoiled for choice.
          1. Nymp
            Nymp 14 November 2013 13: 13
            0
            Quote: Akim
            But you see for yourself, the buyer is now spoiled for choice.

            So there is money for new items! Eh, where are the days when our Soviet, even "expired" aircraft were a tidbit for enemy intelligence ?! Is it true for Kim that a default is expected in Ukraine one of these days? Or again, panic and snot?
            1. Akim
              Akim 14 November 2013 13: 20
              +2
              Quote: Nymp
              is it true that default is expected in Ukraine the other day? Or panic and snot again?

              It has been predicted by "experts" for three years already, as well as the fall of the hryvnia by half. We will see. Nobody buys dollars in large quantities.
      2. pint45
        pint45 14 November 2013 15: 05
        0
        from which garbage can they found ??
        1. Akim
          Akim 14 November 2013 15: 41
          +2
          Quote: pint45
          what rubbish found them ??

          Whom? Experts or aircraft? :)
  7. Andrey Peter
    Andrey Peter 14 November 2013 12: 04
    +2
    Quote: major071
    Well, the school is clearly not ours. And we used to have planes crashing, but something I don’t remember collisions in the air. Or something happened to my memory? laughing

    Unfortunately, there were also aces from the "Knights" group hi So what happens to everyone. The main thing in this case remained alive. I treat pilots with special respect.
    1. SkiF_RnD
      SkiF_RnD 14 November 2013 13: 17
      0
      Well, you compared, of course ... Where are the "Knights" and where is the planned flight of training "desks". Do you think they were playing "Pugachev's cobras" there? laughing
      All the same, aerobatics is a dangerous business, much more dangerous than a normal flight. Just recall Ramstein, August 28, 1988. I dare to suggest that Comrade major071 had in mind combat and training units, and not aerobatic teams. Sincerely. hi
  8. askort154
    askort154 14 November 2013 13: 18
    +3
    major071 Well, the school is clearly not ours. And we used to have planes crashing, but something I don’t remember collisions in the air. Or something happened to my memory?

    The school has nothing to do with it. Only the human factor (crew, dispatcher)). Chkalov was not taught to fly under the bridges at school. Regarding collisions, unfortunately, there were quite a few of us. It used to be classified.
    Of the most tragic collisions - Tu-124 with An-10 near Kharkov, over Dnepropetrovsk Tu-134 and Il-62 (the football team "Pakhtakor" was killed), Tu-154 with Boeing-707 on the German-Swiss border. by memory. In reality, there are more than a dozen of them (Air Force and GA).
  9. gladysheff2010
    gladysheff2010 14 November 2013 14: 35
    +1
    Unfortunately, rage is common to many people, and it’s very unfortunate that innocent people die because of sloppiness and rotozy of others.
  10. AIR-ZNAK
    AIR-ZNAK 14 November 2013 15: 39
    0
    Near Kharkov, it seems like 2 Tu-134s collided, Pakhtakor and pioneers. One was on the echelon, the second in the set. Under the fraternal Mi-8 and Yak-40 with technical staff during a test flight after repair, and a lot of things can be mentioned. And everywhere is a human factor. The carelessness of the dispatcher and the pilot - and EVERYTHING .... And the MiG-29 in the outskirts of the Odessa ARZ in anticipation of repairs for a subsequent sale is also understandable. In the European Union, where Ukraine already peeps, climbs, the armament standards are different, and the air defense is strong, it’s enough to remember who couldn’t dodge the damaging elements of the S-200 missile head of the Siberia Airlines Tu-154 over the Black Sea.
  11. Neighbor
    Neighbor 14 November 2013 16: 52
    +1
    Well, the Indians in helicopters managed to collide, here on the site the other day I read.
  12. 100wd
    100wd 14 November 2013 18: 56
    0
    No one will not cancel unfortunately the “three FOR”.
    I forgot one.
    The second scored.
    The third fell asleep.
  13. alone
    alone 14 November 2013 22: 06
    0
    This happens to everyone. Pilots are alive, and that's good!
  14. sasska
    sasska 15 November 2013 08: 41
    0
    surely master Nesterov’s loop lol