Tag: Antonov An-26

Asia Airways Antonov AN-26 Runs out of Fuel

Reading Time: 1 minute An Asia Airways Antonov AN-26 freighter, registration EY-322 performing a positioning flight from Djibouti (Djibouti) to Khartoum (Sudan) with 2 crew, ran out of fuel about 40nm short of Khartoum Airport and was forced to land in open terrain. There were no injuries, the aircraft sustained substantial damage however.

Serve Air Cargo AN-26 Engine Failure Results In Runway Excursion

Reading Time: 1 minute A Serve Air Cargo Antonov AN-26 performing a cargo flight from Goma to Bunia (DR Congo) with 4 crew, was climbing out of Goma when one of the engines (AI-24VT) failed prompting the crew to return to Goma’s runway 35. The aircraft touched down at about mid point of the runway and did not stop […]

Coco Travel AN-26 Burns Down After Runway Excursion On Landing

Reading Time: 1 minute Coco Travel (South Sudan) Antonov AN-26 was performing a freight flight from an unknown point of origin and landed on Maban Airstrip near the city of Bunj in rain. The aircraft skidded and went off the runway coming to a stop in the north of the airfield with substantial damage, fuel spilled and a fire […]

True Aviation Antonov An-26 Crashed Into Sea Off Cox’s Bazar

Reading Time: 2 minutes At least one crewmember died when the Antonov An-26 cargo aircraft crashed into sea after take-off from Cox’s Bazar. Loaded with a cargo of shrimps, the Antonov An-26 took off from Cox’s Bazar to Jessore. Due to circumstances unknown yet, the pilots (all russian nationals) reported machanical troubles and elected to return to the airport […]