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The legendary Tu-154 does not resign. Discontinued liner more than one year will serve the Air Force

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The legendary Tu-154 does not resign. Discontinued liner more than one year will serve the Air ForceIn the past year, Samara aviation the plant handed over to the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation the last Tu-154 aircraft produced at the enterprise. The car received tail number 998, and on this the serial production of the most massive Soviet jet passenger liner, which lasted 42 years, was over. The author of these lines flew dozens of times on both civilian and military "154". Surely many readers of NVO were once (and will still be) passengers of this aircraft. The car deserves to be remembered again.


WINGED "GRANT" DOMESTIC AVIATION

To date, the Ministry of Defense, the Federal Security Service and other power structures have several dozen of this type of aircraft in operation. The main reasons for the refusal of production of "154-th" were not only the development of the resource and the obsolescence of his model, but also the low fuel efficiency of the engines. At the plant, only servicing of flying carcasses is now being carried out. However, the company is upgrading the Tu-154 aircraft of the Russian Air Force as part of their major overhaul - new systems and equipment are being installed on the “Tupolevs”.

At one time, "Tupolev-154" replaced the Tu-104 and An-10, and later ousted and old-timer of the domestic passenger aviation IL-18 (today dozens of such "sludge" also continue to be used in the Air Force). The first flight of the Big Carcass, as the Soviet pilots soon nicknamed the small carcass (the Small Carcass was called the Tu-134, taken out of production in the 1989 year), took place the 3 of October 1968 of the year, but only four appeared on the medium-length Aeroflot routes a year later. Repeatedly modernized, “154-y” flew to many airports of the USSR, as well as more than 80 cities in the world. Mass production (three to five copies per month) was stopped in Samara in 1998. Since then, only a few cars have been “completed”.

However, the operation of many aircraft of this type in Russia and some countries of the world is still ongoing. So, nowadays about 100 units of Tu-154 are flying in Russia, and the largest foreign operator of this aircraft is Kazakhstan, where “on the wing” 12 of such machines. Five “Big Carcasses” are available in Belarus and Tajikistan, three each - in Azerbaijan, Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan and China.

The longest non-stop route on which the Tu-154 was used is Moscow-Neryungri (this is in Yakutia, 5200 km); Boeing 737-700 is flying on it now. And the shortest is Tashkent – ​​Namangan: just some 189 km, for such an aircraft flying at a speed of 900 km per hour, this is not the distance: it barely took off — and already the landing. But recently, presidential pool journalists flew Tu-154 to Ryazan (180 km), where Vladimir Putin held a meeting on the modernization of military education. However, it was a single similar flight.

UNIQUE LANDING IN A DEATH SITUATION

Several interesting stories are connected with the Tu-154. The most recent happened to the old-time passenger aircraft 29 April 2011, and it is connected with the air force board. For some reason, the RA-85563 board was not in use for a decade and was standing in the hangar, suddenly there was a need in it, and it was decided to overtake it for repair in Samara. As soon as the Tu-154B-2 took off from the Moscow-based Chkalovsky military airfield (800-I Air Force Base of the Russian Defense Ministry), something wrong happened to him. From the ground one could see how the liner began to swing right and left, it began to bounce. This was noticed from the ground, they aimed at it with some video recording tools that someone had, expecting that “dull-witted” was about to fall, and these records were posted on the Internet. The plane, however, did not collapse, and journalists who painted the case "in verse and color" immediately dubbed it dancing or tumbling.

On the ground, it turned out that the aircraft had an automatic on-board control system (ABSU): either the manual control of the hangar idle for 11 had fallen into disrepair for years, or the on-board engineer had incorrectly connected one of the batteries before departure. When the ABSU was checked before departure, it did not cause any complaints.

Anyway, the airliner became uncontrollable, and the pilots had to land it due to manipulations with the engines and ailerons. Here the plane was swinging in the air, like on a swing - it fell on one or the other wing, losing altitude. This bumpiness continued for 13 minutes, during which time several approaches were made. “Above Schelkovo, we were especially hard hitted,” the crew commander Yury Rodionov later said. - And so it was that I recognized the Globus store.

The Moscow military prosecutor’s office, investigating the incident, finally stated that the crew, forced to stop the flight mission, “due to high professionalism and high skill, put the plane on the second runway on the Chkalovsky airfield, avoiding casualties among military personnel and the local population”. In this case, the pilots "did not receive injuries, the aircraft has no technical damage."

When the trial was over, the pilots — Air Force Commander Lieutenant Colonel Yuri Rodionov, Navigator Lieutenant Colonel Alexander Petukhov, Flight Engineer Major Igor Tarasov and Assistant Commander Captain Ivan Khalyapin — were presented by the Commander-in-Chief of the Air Force to state awards. All four were awarded the Order of Courage.

They also wrote that several civilian airlines soon after this incident offered Rodionov to fly from them. And he readily agreed, especially since, they say, they began to look askance at him at the air base: who knows, what if he really didn’t check that ABSU itself. However, this information was not officially confirmed: the Air Force reported that Lieutenant Colonel Rodionov did not submit a report of dismissal from military service.

The most unique case of the Tu-154 was 7 September 2010. Udachny (Yakutia) flying to Moscow from the RA-85684 board after three and a half hours of flight suddenly had a power failure, which led to the cessation of the operation of the fuel pumps and partial loss of control of the aircraft. The connection with the ground was also broken. Under these conditions, the crew went down and intended to bring the car in trouble to the river Izhma. The benefit of the pilots was noticed by the airport of local airlines in the village of the same name (Komi Republic). However, seven years before it was closed, it was used only as a helipad, and its airstrip was significantly shorter than what was needed for the Tu-154.

The weather was also not favorable: low clouds, cross wind, other factors that increased the risk of landing. But there was no other choice. Having shown unparalleled skill and courage, the pilots put the still de-energized "carcass". She drove away far beyond the takeoff, but still none of the 72 passengers, as well as all nine crew members, suffered.

Such a successful landing of an emergency vehicle in such conditions was regarded by Russian aviation specialists as a miracle. The aircraft commander Yevgeny Novoselov and the second pilot Andrey Limanov were awarded the title of Hero of Russia for this feat with the award of Gold Stars, and all other crew members, including flight attendants, were awarded the Order of Courage. By the way, the plane, on which two engines were replaced in Izhme due to branches hitting them during a hard landing, was again “put on the wing” six months later and continues to be operated now.

HOW “GREAT BIRDS” DROWED

You can say, "Tupolev-154" played a major role in the famous first Soviet disaster film "The Crew". In it, as in the real “hopeless” cases described above, everything ended successfully for passengers and the heroic crew. But in reality, due to the mass character of the car, a number of tragic states of emergency are connected with it.

In total, 72 of this type of aircraft was lost in accidents and serious accidents in different countries, 3172 people died. The most significant loss in the domestic and one of the largest in world aviation occurred on July 10 of the year 1985. The overloaded board number 85311, performing a regular flight from Uzbekistan along the Karshi – Ufa – Leningrad route, fell at night from the height of 11 600 meters into a flat spin and crashed into 30 km north-east of Uchkuduk. The victims of the fall, including nine crew members, were 200 people (including 52 children).

It is also memorable how the 10 of April of 2010 of the year at the Tu-154 crashed near Smolensk, the Polish delegation led by the country's President Lech Kaczynski. The published data on the causes of the disaster indicate that the pilots of the Polish side of the number 1 showed unprecedented carelessness, went to all conceivable and inconceivable violations of safety rules. Recall that they performed landing at zero visibility, "by touch", ignoring the repeated signals from the technician about a dangerous approach to the ground. And in general, according to the conclusions of the Polish side, the crew was so ill prepared to fly that it should not have received permission for it.

And with another “154th” catastrophe happened on earth - a catastrophe for the most part moral. For 40 years he stood in front of the former Aviation and Cosmonautics pavilion on the territory of VDNH-VVC in Moscow Tu-154, which was an airplane museum and was one of the symbols of the exhibition. They knew him, they went to him, they loved him. Over the years, millions of people visited the cabin and the cabin of the liner, they could "steer", which was especially liked by the children. In September 2008, this board 85005 was publicly barbarously destroyed for several days under the pretext of freeing up the occupied space for the construction of an office and entertainment center. There were a lot of indignation, but to save historical the copy failed, it was cut and handed over for scrap.

Alan Kudinov, then deputy head of the recreational and leisure complex of GAO VVTs OJSC, stated that "in theory, the achievements of the Russian aircraft industry should stand, and this is a monument, monuments are not the place." And the place here, in his own words, is “Sukhoy-Superjet-100”. Maybe he is right, but still ... It was not for nothing that Gurgen Grigoryan, who was the general director of the Polytechnic Museum at that time, retorted: “From my point of view, the destruction of the Tu-154 is a manifestation of such a level of lack of culture and boorish shameless attitude towards people who cannot do not overwhelm.

WHO GOES FOR CHANGING

Tu-154, nicknamed in NATO for some reason, "Carefree", also serves the cause of military security. In 90-s, two cars were re-equipped as part of the Open Skies program and still carry out observation flights over the territories of the states parties to the treaty.

Perhaps the winged veteran will still plow the sky for 10 years. What kind of car is he replacing? It is reported that this will be the new wide-body MS-21 aircraft, which so far only exists in the layout. The model was presented at the MAKS air show in August in Zhukovsky near Moscow. Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev got acquainted with him, who was assured that MC-21, as finished products of the Russian aviation industry, will be finally certified and will be commissioned in the 2017 year. It is created by the Irkut Corporation (specializes in the production of Su-30 and Su-27 fighters, as well as the Be-200 amphibian aircraft). Presenting the novelty, Mikhail Pogosyan, head of the United Aircraft Building Corporation, noted at that time that the Tu-154 had developed its time and the practice of its operation showed that it was socially the most demanded liner. But now the airline rush to get rid of it as soon as possible. More economical and modern aircraft, they still have to buy in the West.

The future domestic successor to the history of the "Big Carcass" is created in several versions. The most common of them is designed for 180 passengers, and its flight range will be 3,5 – 4 thousand km. The plane is still in layout, but today, according to Poghosyan, there are 21 orders for the MS-256. Its advantage is that it is much wider than the Boeing 737: two people can freely disperse in the aisle. It is also important that the new product will be 20% cheaper due to reduced fuel and maintenance costs, as well as due to new materials. This will allow airlines to reduce ticket prices by 15%. We wait and find out.
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  1. Normal
    Normal 28 December 2013 08: 33
    +13
    In the past year, the Samara Aviation Plant handed over to the RF Ministry of Defense the last Tu-154 aircraft produced at the enterprise.


    Eh ..., the EPOCH is leaving ...
    How young we were....
    How to believe in yourself.
    1. Russ69
      Russ69 28 December 2013 13: 42
      +4
      Quote: Normal
      Eh ..., the EPOCH is leaving ...

      Whatever it was, the Tu-154 is good. But, alas, his time is gradually passing ...
      1. Normal
        Normal 28 December 2013 17: 08
        +5
        Quote: Russ69
        Whatever it was, the Tu-154 is good. But, alas, his time is gradually passing ...

        Everything passes in our life. Only memories remain. And the Tu-154 is one of the brightest. In any case, with me. yes
      2. kontrol
        kontrol 29 December 2013 00: 37
        +8
        I beg you. Do you know how long Boeing 737 has been released? and it is being released and now with some modernization of some nodes. and the carcass could live and live. Eeeh capitalism damned in a compartment with idiots behind the wheel of a big country
    2. Tyumen
      Tyumen 28 December 2013 21: 37
      -1
      Ah, butt, maybe the Tu-104 wild wind brought you. :-) The era is gone ...
  2. Pharao7766
    Pharao7766 28 December 2013 09: 22
    +7
    Again Poghosyan in the MS-21 ... and something tells you that the MS-21 will again (if any) be more than 50% of imported components (including Pratt & Whitney / PW1000G / PW1400G engines).
    Maybe it’s enough to feed Western producers and ruin their own science and production ?!
    1. Russ69
      Russ69 28 December 2013 13: 39
      +2
      Quote: Pharao7766
      (including Pratt & Whitney / PW1000G / PW1400G engines).

      There will be two options, with foreign engines and ours, as the customer wants.
      1. VAF
        VAF 28 December 2013 14: 05
        +3
        Quote: Russ69
        There will be two options,


        If there is PD-14, then yes, but if not, then .... we will see recourse
        1. Pharao7766
          Pharao7766 28 December 2013 14: 38
          +1
          I read about the option with our engines.
          Our engines are planned to be put on cars for the Ministry of Defense, Ministry of Emergencies, etc.
          But here is the guarantee that under the contract they will not be obliged to install 3,14ndo engines on civilian cars ... this time. And secondly, where is the guarantee that the boards with our engines will pass certification for international flights, which automatically will force our airfares, I’m sorry, carriers to buy cars with imported engines.
          1. sledgehammer102
            sledgehammer102 28 December 2013 22: 49
            +1
            Quote: Pharao7766
            But here is the guarantee that under the contract they will not be obliged to put 3,14ndossky engines on civilian cars ..

            If ours will correspond to them, and it is better to surpass, then ours will stand.
            Speaking of accessories. I suggest you look at the pride of the American aircraft industry Boeing 787

            part of the vertical plumage - the only part of the aircraft that Boeing

            And here are the countries participating
            1. Pharao7766
              Pharao7766 30 December 2013 08: 50
              0
              If OURS, as in the days of the USSR, will defend OUR commercial interests, then of course they will fly with cordless engines for the cordon, but if as of now ...

              On the question of what Boeing and Airbus are made of =>
              the point is that Boeing and Airbus are "their own", and for them it is cooperation in a long-shared market, and foreign participation in the production of, say, SU100, is making money on Russians with subsequent problems for them in the market. Because they don't need a competitor for the buoy.
        2. Bear52
          Bear52 28 December 2013 22: 49
          0
          I also hope, comrade! A long time ago you were not on the air hi
  3. sub307
    sub307 28 December 2013 10: 01
    +6
    Nice, in my opinion, the plane. A lot of personal things are connected with him, such as: to fly AWOL in St. Petersburg for the weekend with brandy in an overcoat. It is not often seen in the sky now.
    1. 0255
      0255 28 December 2013 12: 41
      -5
      Quote: sub307
      Nice, in my opinion, the plane. A lot of personal things are connected with him, such as: to fly AWOL in St. Petersburg for the weekend with brandy in an overcoat. It is not often seen in the sky now.

      The plane is good, but how many of them crashed from old age?
      1. Tyumen
        Tyumen 28 December 2013 21: 42
        +1
        The meaning of your words?
        Contact airline manuals that drive old trash
        with a developed resource.
  4. Denis
    Denis 28 December 2013 10: 01
    +6
    years on the Tu-154 crashed near Smolensk, the Polish delegation
    There will still be a dispatcher to proud whores
    And about the old age and insecurity of 99% of the order for imported junk to buy. However, rollbacks
  5. alex86
    alex86 28 December 2013 10: 08
    +2
    A question for knowledgeable people - the article noted the fuel inefficiency of engines - so maybe you need to replace the engines and the Tu-154 still fly? As I understand it, the plane has no fundamental flaws.
    1. VOLCHOXURAL
      VOLCHOXURAL 28 December 2013 11: 23
      +5
      Quote: alex86
      A question for knowledgeable people - the article noted the fuel inefficiency of engines - so maybe you need to replace the engines and the Tu-154 still fly? As I understand it, the plane has no fundamental flaws.

      The fact is that its turbo-jet engines are in fact more gluttonous. But to put economical turbo-fan engines on them? What's the point? Their cost is exactly a third of the airplane. It is not profitable for offices to take modern cars !!! They’d better take a 20-year-old trash, and if it breaks, then the insurance will cover them!

      The most powerful car - IL-76TD, which I flew! soldier
    2. Denis
      Denis 28 December 2013 21: 59
      0
      Quote: alex86
      there are no fundamental flaws in the aircraft

      There are very huge, small kickbacks, and even not at all
  6. bistrov.
    bistrov. 28 December 2013 10: 15
    +6
    They chewed snot until there was nothing to fly, a promising aircraft exists only in the layout! How I "like" all this! What did you think before? Hope for Boeing?
  7. Grbear
    Grbear 28 December 2013 10: 40
    0
    Not an article, but Trandychikha on the dance floor - "two steps to the left, three steps to the right, a step forward and two steps back ..."

    And the Medvedev-Poghosyan tandem is already "annoying". SuperJet "mastered", well, true, with a slight excess and without prospects for implementation in the world market (Honduras does not count), now they will take up a new "pacifier". No.
  8. Ivan Petrovich
    Ivan Petrovich 28 December 2013 10: 50
    +4
    our shoot (pogosyan) everywhere ripened ...
  9. Skobelev
    Skobelev 28 December 2013 12: 25
    +4
    It is necessary to develop the domestic production of modern economical passenger aircraft. Aircraft factories still exist in Russia. MAI and other educational institutions graduate the necessary specialists. All that is needed is financing and a strong-willed decision of the supreme power of Russia.
  10. Strashila
    Strashila 28 December 2013 12: 42
    +2
    Did they write about him that this is the only plane that can take off at noon on the Arabian Peninsula.
    All the same, we have a strange state ... the machine, its design has proved its effectiveness, well, what prevents modernization.
    It is clear that over the decades there have been achievements in aviation, a lot of new things have appeared ... that prevents the installation of new engines, the use of new avionics and materials ... I just want to say what Zadornov says to the Americans, but addressed to our bureaucrats ... well, stupid.
    1. Homeless
      Homeless 31 December 2013 14: 26
      +1
      If we go through modernization, gentlemen, the main managers will not have the possibility of a large cut of dough, as in the development of a new aircraft
  11. propolsky
    propolsky 28 December 2013 12: 43
    +3
    And this plane will fly for 40 years, how to give it to drink, and it will not throw anything new to the pilots during operation. Good luck
  12. AlNick
    AlNick 28 December 2013 12: 59
    +2
    Landing Rodionov April 29, 2011, board RA-85563:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sizgaO4PKvE
  13. AlNick
    AlNick 28 December 2013 13: 31
    +1
    Tu-154B-2, serial number 82A563, airborne RA-85563 in July 2013 - photo by Anatoly Burtsev
  14. AlNick
    AlNick 28 December 2013 13: 40
    +1
    Tu-154M, serial number 90A851, airborne RA-85684 in September 2013 - photo by Mikhail Mizikaev
  15. AlNick
    AlNick 28 December 2013 13: 42
    +1

    Tu-154 at VDNH
    1. vladimirZ
      vladimirZ 28 December 2013 17: 46
      +5
      Tu-154 at VDNH was ...
      What we do not store, losing crying. crying
      Rights are true: disrespect for history gives rise to oblivion and decline, in this case in civil aircraft construction.
  16. AlNick
    AlNick 28 December 2013 13: 49
    +5

    Landing Rodionov April 29, 2011, board RA-85563
    not to search good
    1. soaring
      soaring 28 December 2013 18: 30
      +2
      Yes .... This is something !!!! Well done !!!! good hi
  17. Stinger
    Stinger 28 December 2013 14: 03
    +1
    Tu-154 in aviation, this is T-34 in tank troops.
    1. Normal
      Normal 28 December 2013 17: 10
      +1
      Quote: Stinger
      Tu-154 in aviation, this is T-34 in tank troops.


      yes good
  18. Takashi
    Takashi 28 December 2013 14: 11
    -1
    flew Ty-154. Fair? I did not like this plane. It is crowded, a lot of people like a bus.
    As a luxury, perceived IL-86, 62.
    1. Normal
      Normal 28 December 2013 17: 13
      +2
      Quote: Takashi
      flew Ty-154. Fair? I did not like this plane. It is crowded, a lot of people like a bus.
      As a luxury, perceived IL-86, 62.

      In the 62nd did not fly, and in the IL-86 shakes like never before in the Tu-154
      1. Alex 241
        Alex 241 28 December 2013 18: 15
        +4
        The Tu 155 project developed in the 80s. This aircraft made its first flight on April 15, 1988 with a crew led by test pilot V. Sevanakayev. Its difference from the serial Tu 154B was that instead of the central engine NK-8-2U, an experimental engine NK-88 was installed capable of using liquefied hydrogen as fuel. Hence the name cryogenic engine. Liquefied hydrogen has a temperature of 253 degrees C. The fuel was placed in a special fuel tank, which was placed in the rear of the cabin. The placement in the wings at that time was fraught with very large technological problems. I think that most likely now too. Great attention was paid to security.
        The fact is that fuel is extremely volatile and when mixed with atmospheric oxygen is highly explosive. Therefore, the aircraft was provided with special systems: a) helium, which controls the units of the power plant; b) nitrogen, replacing the normal atmosphere in the compartments of the aircraft and warning the crew in case of cryogenic fuel leakage long before the explosive concentration; c) a vacuum control system in heat-insulating cavities.
        The entire complex of the flying laboratory required the creation of completely new systems from scratch. Brand new unique fueling, pneumatic, television control, gas analysis, fuel quality control and fire fighting systems were created.

        Initially, the aircraft was made from serial Tu-154B No. 85035 and was called Tu-154LL (flying laboratory). Later, he was assigned the designation Tu-155. However, the project was not destined to have widespread development at that time. The fact is that the calculations showed that to get 1 J of energy from burning hydrogen fuel, you need to spend about 4 J of other energy to get this same hydrogen fuel. That is why NK-89 switched to liquefied natural gas. But the introduction of such a new system in the complex required huge costs for the creation of a fuel base, the re-equipment of airports and so on. Given that the fuselage volume decreased by about 1/3, and the flight time did not exceed 120 minutes, the project as a whole was recognized as economically unreasonable.

        But the importance of the work done is very great. Certain achievements were received, the USSR became the first country to create a flying aircraft with such an engine. And many leading western countries showed great interest in the car.

        At the moment, the plane is in an open parking lot - a dump, which is sometimes called an "exposition" ... but in fact it is just an iron sump. It seems to me that the plane deserves a better fate to be at least in a museum where it would be somehow watched.
      2. Takashi
        Takashi 28 December 2013 21: 00
        +1
        I was lucky on the crews. The ILs took off and landed very softly. Better than Boeings and Airbuses. And water landing on a carcass was always tough.
        The Tu-204 - it was always fun to watch how the wings oscillate (vibrate). :)
  19. voliador
    voliador 28 December 2013 20: 52
    +1
    The plane is still in layout, but today, according to Poghosyan, there are 21 orders for the MS-256.

    Under the pogososhka, it seems that the chair was staggering, since he began to tell such tales.
    1. samoletil18
      samoletil18 28 December 2013 23: 03
      0
      Quote: voliador
      The plane is still in layout, but today, according to Poghosyan, there are 21 orders for the MS-256.

      Under the pogososhka, it seems that the chair was staggering, since he began to tell such tales.

      How is he going to do that? Is it instead of 2 SSJ - 1 MC? I wonder what he rips his hair on.
  20. Vladimir65
    Vladimir65 28 December 2013 20: 52
    +4
    The magnificent Tu-154 aircraft. How many kilometers across the Union flew on it and there was not even a hint of an emergency. Perestroika was done to please F. Boeing. In vain, are our planes mowing something and replacing them with imported junk of twenty years ago. And our new planes will or will not. The situation in the aviation industry is very precarious, and the associated technologies are lame. For a country like ours, a lot of aircraft are needed.
  21. 26rus
    26rus 28 December 2013 21: 57
    +2
    Cool car! He worked on the ARZ-411, where they were being repaired. And now, unfortunately, they are only being cut there.
  22. samoletil18
    samoletil18 28 December 2013 22: 55
    +2
    As a teenager, I heard this joke: "I am a Tu-154, but this one has never been." The fact that everyone understood the joke speaks of the massiveness of both the aircraft itself and the passenger traffic. Handsome.
  23. Criceta
    Criceta 29 December 2013 00: 24
    -5
    But in reality, due to the mass character of the machine, a number of tragic emergency situations are associated with it.
    In total, 72 aircraft of this type were lost in catastrophes and serious accidents in different countries, 3172 people were killed.


    Interesting idea. Because of the mass means ... Um. A320 released 5597, lost 25. Boeing 737 built 7600, crashes - 174. These are many times safer aircraft !!!
    To mine on the plane, which released a total of 998 and lost 72 (actually 73) pieces, there is nothing outstanding. Medium-range aircraft, well, it was produced for a long time, often crashed, low reliability. You can sing the praises of Tu-154 and other products of the Soviet aircraft industry as much as you like, but when you start looking at the statistics of disasters, you understand that we have before us another relative of AvtoVAZ, albeit a distant one.
    Against this background, people are puzzled by the anger at the Superjet - the plane with which Russia is trying to re-enter the civil aviation market. After all, notice that Sukhoi does not have such shameful statistics behind him as the entire TU family.
    1. svp67
      svp67 29 December 2013 00: 43
      +1
      Quote: Сriceta
      After all, notice that Sukhoi does not have such shameful statistics behind him as the entire TU family.
      What are you saying ... Of course, they have their own Of the 46 produced Super, 39 flies and ...
      On July 21, 2013, the Sukhoi Superjet 100 crashed at the Keflavik International Airport in Iceland. There are no dead. According to preliminary data, the plane landed without extended landing gear. As a result of a hard landing, one of the engines turned out to be damaged.
      On June 14, a passenger plane made an emergency landing at the Odessa airport due to engine failure. According to Aeroflot, a Sukhoi SuperJet-100 from Moscow was supposed to land in Odessa at that time. No harm done.
      On March 7, 2013, a Sukhoi Superjet 100 passenger plane flying from Moscow to Nizhny Novgorod made an unplanned landing at Sheremetyevo Airport. Onboard the ship were 77 passengers and six crew members. According to preliminary information, the aircraft had problems with landing gear after takeoff.
      1. not main
        not main 29 December 2013 01: 42
        0
        Is not it too much? Given the quantity and period of use, there are many! IN NO COMPARISON WITH TU!
        1. Criceta
          Criceta 29 December 2013 02: 24
          -1
          So what? Thank God there are no casualties; the planes are safe. So it can be said - there are no 46 losses incurred ... Rather, there is one in Indonesia. But it would be good if the latter. I talked about the loss!
          And the TU-154 for 998 produced 72. Too much? Wash DOFIG !!! More than three thousand lives !!!
          And you know, the main idea of ​​my message was in the statistics of catastrophes of TU in comparison with Airbas and Boeing. Essentially have something to say? Or just scold Superjet and can?
          1. svp67
            svp67 29 December 2013 09: 51
            0
            Quote: Сriceta
            Essentially have something to say? Or just scold Superjet and can?
            Do not scold, but show that the plane is a very complex car and everyone has flaws ...
          2. svp67
            svp67 29 December 2013 10: 17
            +6
            Quote: Сriceta
            And the TU-154 for 998 produced 72. Too much? Wash DOFIG !!!

            You are engaged in FACEMENT of FACTS. If we compare the Tu154, then with the Boeing-727, of which 1832 were produced and 125 were lost. Of all the lost, for TECHNICAL REASONS, the Tu154 has 8, the Boeing 727 has 73 ... Do not engage in SCAM ...
            1. Criceta
              Criceta 29 December 2013 23: 53
              -1
              What are you? ))) Boeing 727 speak?
              727 - the beginning of operation in 1964.
              737 - the beginning of operation in 1968.
              Tu-154 - the beginning of operation in 1972.
              You also suggest comparing the Tu with the airship. So who is involved in the juggling of facts is a big question.
              Or does 727 look similar? Therefore, do you need to compare with it?
              1. svp67
                svp67 30 December 2013 02: 24
                0
                Quote: Сriceta
                What do you mean?

                Quote: Сriceta
                Or does 727 look similar?

                Quote: Сriceta
                You also suggest to compare Tu with the airship


                Well, we will not compare with the airship, but what ...
                The development of a new generation of medium-range domestic aircraft intended to replace the Tu-104, An-10 and Il-18, began in the Tupolev Design Bureau in 1963 under the leadership of chief designer S. M. Jaeger. The competition was also attended by the Ilyushin Design Bureau IL-72 project, which did not receive further development. The task was to create a modern passenger plane, not inferior in its parameters to the project being designed at that time Boeing 727.
                http://www.vonovke.ru/s/tu-154_-_istoriya_sozdaniya
                So, that’s something like that ... At least a little bit of the history of our aviation should be studied ... and only then draw conclusions.
    2. svp67
      svp67 29 December 2013 00: 43
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      2012
      On September 10, Aeroflot canceled the daytime flight Astrakhan - Moscow of the Sukhoi Superjet-100 airliner for the safety of passengers: the plane was sent for diagnostics due to a possible technical malfunction. The Sukhoi Superjet was delivered from Odessa, but when it was being checked and prepared for departure, the door opening alarm went off. The sensor indicated that the door was not closed, although in reality it was closed.
      On August 18, the Sukhoi Superjet-100 of the Aeroflot airline, flying from Moscow to Donetsk, had to return to the airport of departure (Sheremetyevo) due to an air leakage sensor.
      On August 3, the Sukhoi Superjet-100 aircraft, performing the Kazan-Moscow flight, made an emergency landing at the Sheremetyevo-1 airport (Moscow) due to a partial depressurization of the cabin. Onboard there were 64 passengers and 6 crew members, no one was injured.
      On June 21, the Sukhoi SuperJet-100 of Aeroflot was unable to fly from Nizhny Novgorod to Moscow on schedule. Technical problems were found on board the aircraft. All 84 passengers were taken off the plane.
      After inspection by specialists and troubleshooting, the plane took off on the designated route. The delay was 2.5 hours.
      On June 18, the Sukhoi SuperJet-100 aircraft operating on the Moscow-Copenhagen (Denmark) flight returned to the departure airport due to a failure of the temperature sensor of the air conditioning system. This failure did not affect flight safety, as the second line of the air conditioning system worked properly.
      On May 9, a Sukhoi SuperJet-100 aircraft crashed in Indonesia during a demonstration flight for representatives of several airlines in Indonesia. The liner crashed into the slope of Mount Salak at an altitude of 5200 feet (1,6 kilometers) in remote areas. On board the crashed plane were 45 people - eight Russians, 35 Indonesian citizens, an American and a Frenchman.
      On May 6, the Sukhoi SuperJet-100 aircraft, while landing at the Kazan airport, temporarily rolled out of the runway, and then independently returned to it. None of the passengers were injured.
      On March 16, the Sukhoi SuperJet-100, which was heading to Astrakhan, was forced to return to Moscow due to problems with the chassis. Aeroflot Flight 709 carried 65 passengers. Immediately after takeoff, the crew commander reported that the front landing gear flap did not close and decided to return to the airport of departure.
      2011
      On December 25, the SSJ-95 aircraft (Sukhoi SuperJet-100 modifications) of the Aeroflot airline could not take off from Minsk (Belarus) due to a problem with the chassis. It was not possible to eliminate the malfunction on the spot; as a result, it was decided to return the plane to Moscow without passengers.


      RIA Novosti http://ria.ru/spravka/20130721/951163422.html#ixzz2ooATSll0
  24. not main
    not main 29 December 2013 01: 31
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    In the past year, the Samara Aviation Plant handed over to the RF Ministry of Defense the last Tu-154 aircraft produced at the enterprise.


    Eh ..., the EPOCH is leaving ...
    How young we were....
    How to believe in yourself.

    Aging ... and I want the sky!
  25. i.xxx-1971
    i.xxx-1971 29 December 2013 02: 21
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    IL-86/96 does not have one emergency at all; the President of the Russian Federation flies on it. And the Tu-154 is divinely beautiful, like all Russian planes.
  26. nazgul-ishe
    nazgul-ishe 29 December 2013 05: 53
    +1
    Refine the engine and again into the sky.
  27. Alexander Kopot
    Alexander Kopot 29 December 2013 12: 41
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    It’s time to raise Russian civil aviation from our knees, here we have Ila, Tushka, Yaki. These are the brands in the world now SuperJet 100. The idea of ​​our country is simple guys! We must do the best, most economical, environmentally friendly equipment and of course airplanes with helicopters. We can do this, the main thing when you steal is always to rely on the interests of Russia, as the chancellor said, and not on the interests of other states. If you are still an honest person, then it will be easier to raise the aircraft industry (although this is a fairy tale there are no crystal-clear honest people, there are ideas that honestly carry out in life).
  28. samoletil18
    samoletil18 29 December 2013 18: 00
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    The Russian aviation industry in the civilian sector can save only the appearance of something similar to the Il-18 in the 50s, and the closure of the import of foreign rubbish. If desired, the WTO can be neutralized. The only thing is that all this will be done, in any case, through the UAC there will be, which is not good.
  29. Brave
    Brave 29 December 2013 23: 23
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    Sorry, not the topic ... Why did I start to have a geyropeysky flag, did not change my place of residence?
  30. samoletil18
    samoletil18 15 January 2014 20: 25
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    They will pick him up in the hands of the government squadron over time.