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Business jet crashes at Moscow’s Vnukovo airport

 

At least 4 people have reportedly been killed after a small business jet crashed at Vnukovo Airport in Moscow.

 

According to preliminary data, the light aircraft collided with a snow-cleaning machine on takeoff, a source at the capital’s airport told RIA Novosti. In the meantime, TASS reported that the plane crashed during landing, citing a law enforcement source.

 

The aircraft was sending distress signals while still in the air and reporting an engine fire and fuselage damage, LifeNews reports. Upon crashing on the runway, the aircraft was engulfed in flames, reportedly killing everyone on board.

 

The [Dassault] Falcon-50 business jet was scheduled to flight to Paris, reportedly carrying 4 people on board.

 

While initials reports suggested four people died in the tragedy, officials report that five bodies were found at the crash site, one allegedly being the driver of the snow-cleaning vehicle.

 

DETAILS TO FOLLOW

 

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During take-off at around 0:10am Moscow time on Tuesday, the light aircraft, according to preliminary data, hit a snow-clearing machine with its landing gear. Due to the damage, the pilot reportedly decided to turn back and land.

While still in the air, the plane was sending distress signals and reporting an engine fire and fuselage damage, LifeNews reports. Upon crashing on the runway, the aircraft was immediately engulfed in flames, killing everyone on board.

Debris from the aircraft was scattered up to 200 meters from the crash site, according to the rescue services. The engine was found some 50 meters from the crash site, while one of the landing gears was ripped off and discovered nearly 200 meters from the main mass of debris.

Vnukovo Airport temporarily suspended all flights following the incident, but by 2 am all operations were restored. While initials reports suggested four people died in the tragedy, officials report that five bodies were found at the crash site, one allegedly being the driver of the snow-cleaning vehicle.

“A criminal investigation has been opened into the violation of safety regulations after a light aircraft crash in the capital's Vnukovo airport,” transport official Tatyana Morozova told RIA.

An investigative group is working at the crash site, Morozova added. In addition to people who were on board the plane, she said, the driver snowplow was killed.

Earlier in the day, due to bad weather conditions at least 18 planes were diverted from Vnukovo to other Moscow airports, Itar-tass reported siting a source at Vnukovo. Flights landing at Moscow airhubs operate “on factual weather” conditions, meaning that a crew commander decide themselves about the possibility of landing at the destination or preceding to alternative landing routes at the capital

Some 12 planes have been received by Domodedovo airport while 6 landed at Sheremetyevo as dense fog and winter weather conditions make landing difficult. According to the source, 80 percent of the diverted races were private business jets.

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Total confirms the death of Chairman and CEO Christophe de Margerie

 

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October 21, 2014

 

Total confirms with deep regret and great sadness that Chairman and CEO Christophe de Margerie died just after 10pm (Paris time) on October 20 in a private plane crash at Vnukovo Airport in Moscow, following a collision with a snow removal machine.

 

Four people were found dead at the scene of the accident, including three crew member and Christophe de Margerie.

 

The thoughts of the management and employees of the Group go out to Christophe de Margerie’s wife, children and loved ones as well as to the families of the three other victims.

 

 

- See more at: http://www.total.com/en/media/news/press-releases/total-confirms-death-chairman-and-ceo-christophe-de-margerie#sthash.yZrcUZPi.dpuf

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Falar o q?

 

Que as famílias encontrem conforto nessa hora.

 

Sei que o Sydy esteve em VKO há menos de um ano, talvez pudesse nos dar suas impressões sobre a operação no local.

 

 

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A Falcon 50 on take off roll at Moscow's Vnukovo Airport in fog and snow - landing gear on liftoff struck a snowplow - driver was uninjured. Aircraft departed, declared emergency and was attempting to return to land - pilot reported engine fire and fuselage damage. Aircraft had a hard landing, collapsed the gear, aircraft flipped upside down, and burned out.

Aircraft crashed on runway - killing the 3 Russian flight crew and 1 French CEO Total Oil/Gas France. Take-off was carried out in a meteorological visibility of 350 m, friction coefficient of 0.5, with the runway number 1 (Runway 1), the rate of 06.

Debris from the aircraft was scattered up to 200 meters from the crash site, according to the rescue services. The engine was found some 50 meters from the crash site, while one of the landing gears was ripped off and discovered nearly 200 meters from the main mass of debris.

 

fonte:

http://aviation-safety.net/wikibase/wiki.php?id=170549

 

 

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http://on.rt.com/txhsld

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Falar o q?

Que as famílias encontrem conforto nessa hora.

Sei que o Sydy esteve em VKO há menos de um ano, talvez pudesse nos dar suas impressões sobre a operação no local.

 

Vnukovo é uma loucura total... Eu vi montanhas de neve maiores que os hangares de CGH, só pra vcs terem uma idéia... Ali não dá para brincar... Eu já fiz ILS sem localizador (isso mesmo) em dois lugares e UUWW foi um deles... CDA (que não é o Constant Descent Approach) é uma acoxambração russa desgraçada onde o controlador te paga as proas e vc desce pelo glide slope... Pode isso, Arnaldo?

 

A operação da executiva é em VNUKOVO III, uma terminal exclusivo no setor sudoeste do campo. Tem vezes que a gente faz um de-icing lá, taxia até a 19 e chega em cima do vencimento do HOT - Hold Over Time... Nunca precisei voltar, mas já decolei faltando 1 min pra vencer o HOT...

 

Uma pena colidir com o removedor de neve... O operador do trator escapou por sorte...

 

Abcs,

 

Sydy

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Vnukovo plane crash: Snowplow driver 'drunk' in collision with Total CEO's aircraft

 

Russian prosecutors claim the driver of the snowplow which crashed with Total CEO Christophe de Margerie’s jet was drunk. His lawyer, however, says he was completely sober, due to a heart condition preventing him from drinking.

 

“My client is suffering from an acute heart condition; he does not drink at all and his relatives and friends can testify to that,” Aleksandr Karabanov, the lawyer, said.

 

“He was sober at the time of the crash,” he also said, adding that a number of lawyers will be involved in Martynenkov’s defense. “We don’t want the blame for the accident to fall on an ordinary man,” he added.

 

Russia’s Investigative Committee Vladimir Markin also told the reporters on Tuesday adding “there is a possibility that a number of airport staff will be suspended from carrying out their duties pending criminal investigation.”

 

The Falcon 50 business jet carrying the French oil giant's CEO hit a snow-plow at around 12:10am Moscow time on Tuesday. Although previous reports indicated otherwise, the plane did not leave ground following the collision.

 

The CEO of France’s oil and gas giant Total, Christophe de Margerie, was the only passenger in the jet, while three crewmembers who were also French citizens perished as well.

 

A criminal investigation has been launched into possible violation of safe-driving regulations involving an aircraft, resulting in the death of two or more persons.

 

“Some of the main theories being investigated at this time are a mistake by air traffic control and the actions of the snowplow driver. Bad weather conditions and the possibility of a mistake by the pilot will also be considered,” Markin said.

 

If proven guilty, the sentence for the driver under Russian law could be up to seven years in prison.

 

It has also been determined that the taxiing shortly before the crash was being coordinated by a traffic control intern, RIA Novosti was told by a source inside Vnukovo. The official spokesman for the airport has declined to comment.

 

The black boxes have been uncovered and are being processed at this time.

 

Investigators are also examining technical documentation and testing fuel samples, according to Markin.

 

He added that “the scene is being investigated with the help of representatives from the International Aviation Committee” and that “staffers are being questioned at this time.”

 

“Owing to the gravity of the matter of the Falcon-300 crash in Vnukovo,” the head for the Investigative Committee Aleksandr Bastrykin will personally hold a meeting with the investigative group and airport personnel, according to Markin.

 

As a result of the tragedy, the Regional Transport Prosecutor’s Office is to carry out a full investigation of the entire airport and its functioning and will give a comprehensive analysis of its findings.

 

Russian President Vladimir Putin has expressed his condolences over the Total CEO's death. TASS cited his spokesman as saying that "Vladimir Putin has long known de Margerie and had a close working relationship with him."

 

“I am shocked at the news,” the Russian leader conveyed to French President Francois Hollande.

 

“I ask that you offer my sincerest wishes and condolences to the friends and families of Christophe de Margerie – a renowned French entrepreneur, who has helped spearhead a great number of join projects, which have been the source of a long and fruitful partnership between Russia and France in the energy sphere,” Putin continued.

 

“When we lost Christophe de Margerie, we lost a real friend to our nation, and we shall hold his memory very dear.”

 

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:drinks:

http://g1.globo.com/mundo/noticia/2014/10/condutor-que-bateu-em-jato-de-ceo-da-total-estaria-embriagado-diz-comite.html

 

Condutor que bateu em jato de CEO da Total estaria embriagado, diz comitê Christophe de Margerie, de 63 anos, morreu no acidente.
Jato colidiu com máquina de limpar neve em aeroporto de Moscou.

O motorista do veículo de limpeza de neve envolvido no acidente nem aeroporto de Moscou que matou o presidente da companhia de petróleo francesa Total, o quarto grupo privado petroleiro e gasista do mundo, Christophe de Margerie, de 63 anos, estaria embriagado, informou o Comitê de Instrução (CI) da Rússia.

“Foi estabelecido que o condutor da máquina de limpeza de neve estava em estado de embriaguez”, disse o porta-voz da CI, Vladímir Markin, segundo a agência russa de notícias “Interfax”.

A informação foi distribuída ainda pelas agências internacionais de notícias EFE, France Presse (AFP) e Reuters.

A autoridade de transportes russa disse que o acidente ocorreu em um momento de baixa visibilidade no aeroporto, e informou que uma investigação já foi iniciada.

O jato particular do presidente da Total, um Dassault Falcon 50, se acidentou no Aeroporto de Moscou após colidir com o veículo no momento da decolagem para Paris, na França.

O acidente matou ainda três tripulantes franceses da aeronave, de acordo com a agência de notícias "TASS", citando fontes da aviação civil.

Inicialmente, autoridades informaram que o motorista também teria morrido no acidente. Mas mais tarde, a assessoria do aeroporto informou que o condutor saiu ileso.

O jato executivo teria explodido no Aeroporto de Vnoukovo às 23h58 (17h58 em Brasília) de segunda-feira (20), segundo o ministério de Situações de Emergência.

Vnukovo é o mais antigo e o terceiro maior aeroporto de Moscou. Localizado a sudoeste da capital, é usado pelo presidente russo Vladimir Putin e outros funcionários do governo.

De Margerie, 63 anos, tinha participado de uma reunião do governo russo sobre o investimento estrangeiro em Gorki, perto de Moscou, na segunda-feira.

"A França está perdendo um líder empresarial extraordinário, que transformou a Total em uma gigante mundial", disse o primeiro-ministro francês, Manuel Valls, em um comunicado. "A França está perdendo um grande capitão da indústria e um patriota."

De Margerie também era amigo pessoal do presidente francês, François Hollande, que disse que estava "chocado e entristecido" com a notícia.

 

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O que me impressiona é a rapidez que os russos tem de resolver esses assuntos!

 

Foi assim no caso do presidente da Polônia, e agora de novo.

 

Eficiência alemã? Suiça? Que nada, o negócio é eficiência russa!

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Não duvidaria nada que o "Não estava bêbado" queira significar apenas "ah ele tomou umas cervejas, mas ele toma isso todo dia"

 

Você querendo amenizar o teor alcóolico né? hummmm rsrsrs VODKA e não bier, isso é coisa de alemão! rsrsrs

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E o camarada não morreu!

 

Vnukovo runway incursion kills Total oil chief and three Falcon 50 crew
LONDON
Source: Flightglobal.com
5 hours ago

The driver of a Moscow Vnukovo airport snow-clearing machine hit by a Dassault Falcon 50EX jet taxiing for take-off was drunk at the time of the accident that killed Total oil chief executive Christophe de Margerie and the aircraft’s three crew.

According to Russian news agency Tass, investigators confirmed the driver was drunk and have opened a criminal case for “violation of air traffic safety rules and aircraft steering rules that entailed [the] death of two and more people through negligence”.

The accident, which killed all four occupants of the Falcon jet (F-GLSA) but did not injure the snowplough driver, occurred at 19:57GMT on 20 October, as the aircraft was taxiing for take-off toParis. The aircraft caught fire and fell on to the runway, where visibility was 350m. Vnukovo airport closed to all traffic following the incident, but reopened at 01:34.

De Margerie and the Falcon's crew were all French citizens.

A board of inquiry of Russia’s Interstate Aviation Committee has been convened, with support from the Federal Air Transport Agency. French accident investigation authority BEA has been notified and French specialists are to arrive in Moscow to assist, according to the aircraft's operator, Unijet.

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http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/vnukovo-runway-incursion-kills-total-oil-chief-and-three-falcon-50-404999/

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Quis dizer, q não creio que o tribunal irá considerar embriagues no individuo, tomar meia garrafa de vodka na russia é agua pra eles. Convivi com muitos russos no meu passado, essa galera pra ficar travada de cair tem q beber muito. Por mim fez besteira!

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