An-26 Turboprop Crashes In Russian Far East

An An-26 operated by Kamchatskoe Air Enterprise.
Credit: Kamchatskoe Air Enterprise
MOSCOW—A 39-year-old Antonov An-26 turboprop crashed on the Kamchatka peninsula in the Russian Far East on July 6 with 28 people aboard. The aircraft was flying from regional center Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky (PKC) to the town of Palana and broke contact 9 km (6 mi.) before the destination at about 3...

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