In Yakutia, the landing gear of an L-410 aircraft broke down during a training flight. This is reported by the Telegram channel "112".
The L-410 took off from Magan Airport in Yakutsk, but during acceleration the plane "pecked" - the front landing gear broke. There were 5 crew members on board, according to the channel, no one was injured. Transport investigators and prosecutors are investigating.
On April 10, Aeroflot sent its aircraft to Iran for maintenance for the first time due to international sanctions that prevent aircraft from being repaired and serviced in other countries. According to two RBC sources close to the carrier, the Airbus A330-300 will be repaired by specialists from the Iranian carrier Mahan Air.
Due to sanctions, Boeing and Airbus aircraft are no longer being supplied to Russia, and Russian airlines have begun to dismantle aircraft in order to provide the necessary amount of spare parts that they can no longer buy abroad. As The Insider wrote , in the second half of 2022, the number of serious accidents in Russian aviation increased . According to experts, the main reasons are the country's unpreparedness for sanctions and the lack of control over the quality of parts that are now bought from partners from "friendly countries", while not carrying out the necessary certification.