[AIR CRASH] SU-30MK2V CRASH IN VIETNAM

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[AIR CRASH] SU-30MK2V CRASH IN VIETNAM

Post by ProPilot275 » Thu Jun 16, 2016 6:50 am

In 14/6/2016, a SU-30MK2V (Vietnam's SU-30 version) crashed. The crash side is somewhere near Nghe An, according to Vietnam People Navy (or fisherman, not sure...) :cry: :cry: :(

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Re: [AIR CRASH] SU-30MK2V CRASH IN VIETNAM

Post by AdityaB » Thu Jun 16, 2016 9:32 am

sad, to hear about loosing an aircraft/life :(

2 days ago, MiG-27 of Indian Air Force crashed in the Western part of our country :(
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Re: [AIR CRASH] SU-30MK2V CRASH IN VIETNAM

Post by ProPilot275 » Thu Jun 16, 2016 10:06 am

AdityaB wrote:2 days ago, MiG-27 of Indian Air Force crashed in the Western part of our country
I wonder why Russian planes crash so much??? :(
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Re: [AIR CRASH] SU-30MK2V CRASH IN VIETNAM

Post by AdityaB » Thu Jun 16, 2016 10:36 am

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AdityaB wrote:2 days ago, MiG-27 of Indian Air Force crashed in the Western part of our country
I wonder why Russian planes crash so much??? :(
In my opinion, it is not the Russian planes that is the issue..... the spares and maintenance is the issue + pilot error in many cases as these crafts, unlike their counterparts, are more visual flying based + old structures (no! not the aerodynamic design, I mean manufactured parts are quite old and need to be replaced) :)
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Re: [AIR CRASH] SU-30MK2V CRASH IN VIETNAM

Post by Barr » Thu Jun 16, 2016 10:40 am

ProPilot275 wrote:
AdityaB wrote:2 days ago, MiG-27 of Indian Air Force crashed in the Western part of our country
I wonder why Russian planes crash so much??? :(
Its a machine operated by a flawed being, cant expect miracles.

Besides the west also has its times. The recent airliners, the blue angels and thunderbirds plus all incidents that rarely get reported like faulty landing gear or engine failures.

Plus it all comes down to how the operators train their pilots and maintain the aircraft.
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Re: [AIR CRASH] SU-30MK2V CRASH IN VIETNAM

Post by AdityaB » Thu Jun 16, 2016 10:53 am

BARRACUZ wrote:....Plus it all comes down to how the operators train their pilots and maintain the aircraft.
Yes +1 this :)

East or West, North or South Many don't keep a check on the status and operation capability of the air/rotor-craft, military or not :(
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Re: [AIR CRASH] SU-30MK2V CRASH IN VIETNAM

Post by Richard Vo » Thu Jun 16, 2016 11:08 am

My dad told me if I'm a pilot, don't fly Russian aircrafts.
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Re: [AIR CRASH] SU-30MK2V CRASH IN VIETNAM

Post by Nodoka Hanamura » Fri Jun 17, 2016 4:35 am

AdityaB wrote:
ProPilot275 wrote:
AdityaB wrote:2 days ago, MiG-27 of Indian Air Force crashed in the Western part of our country
I wonder why Russian planes crash so much??? :(
In my opinion, it is not the Russian planes that is the issue..... the spares and maintenance is the issue + pilot error in many cases as these crafts, unlike their counterparts, are more visual flying based + old structures (no! not the aerodynamic design, I mean manufactured parts are quite old and need to be replaced) :)
Usually Russian Aircraft aren't well maintained - resulting in part failures. As beautiful as they are - They cost a pretty penny, sometimes more than their american counterparts - especially most of Russia/Warsaw Pact's Cold War Relics.

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Re: [AIR CRASH] SU-30MK2V CRASH IN VIETNAM

Post by NightRaven » Fri Jun 17, 2016 5:23 am

No they don't... Russian aircraft are cheaper than most of their Western counterparts. They were designed to be anyway.

The reasons why they crash more often have been stated by Barra and Aditya: some crash because the airframe itself is old (some countries still fly 20 year old aircraft), some crash due to the lack of maintenance, either because they don't have the spares or they don't have the money to fund the maintenance, or it could just be down to simple pilot error.

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Re: [AIR CRASH] SU-30MK2V CRASH IN VIETNAM

Post by Neocon » Fri Jun 17, 2016 6:35 am

Just 20 years old? B52s flying now are over twice that age, and they are having to get parts out of museum displays to make repairs!

Don't forget that weather can cause accidents, too. Any plane can crash and any plane can last 50 years. It all depends on pilot training, pilot performance, aircraft maintenance, and everybody involved knowing their own limitations.

EDIT: I would assume. I really don't have a clue. I don't care much for aviation, you know.

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Re: [AIR CRASH] SU-30MK2V CRASH IN VIETNAM

Post by Nodoka Hanamura » Fri Jun 17, 2016 6:42 am

.. What was I thinking.

But yeah - NightRaven's right - aging airframes don't play nice with high-speed aircraft.
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