The aircraft fell in the Khabarovsk Krai, east of Russia, leaving six dead.
On the afternoon of Wednesday, November 15, a Let L-410 aircraft belonging to Khabarovsk Airlines (KhabAvia) fell ashore as it prepared to land at Nelkan Airport, a small town located in the Khabarovsk Krai, east of Russia.
The aircraft of registration RA-67047 departed from the Nikolayevsk-on-Amur Airport and transported 7 people, two pilots and 5 passengers. Only a 3-year-old girl survived the accident.
Last Saturday, IAC specialists retrieved the black boxes and transferred them to Khabarovsk. Boxes will be analyzed in the Russian capital, Moscow.
Today, November 20, the dismantling of the aircraft began, carried out by experts from Khabarovsk Airlines.
“The IAC commission and the investigators have completed the work on the scene, and now the technical staff of the Khabarovsk Airlines company is dismantling the structures of the aircraft, they will be transported to the territory of the Nelkan airport, where a special terrain is assigned”, said Natalia Petukhova, chief of Nelkan town.