Across the network: 11 Responses to “UTair Plane Crashes Outside Tyumen”.
UTair's reaction. Within hours of the crash, UTair issued a statement saying that the aircraft
Utair ATR-72-201 plane crash Tyumen, Russia 2nd April, 2012. The ATR 72 operated by Utair took off from Tyumen, Russia, for a passenger flight to Surgut, Russia.
UTAir Tupolev TU-134A-3 plane crash Samara, Russia 17th March, 2007. The Tu-134 passenger jet owned by Russian airline UTAir, carrying 50 passengers and seven crewmembers...
Russian airline UTair has said that the plane went down as the pilots tried to carry out an emergency landing. Possible causes of the crash may be technical failure due to ice on the wing, as well as...
historical layer / disappeared object, aircraft crash site. An ATR-72 on a flight to Surgut with 43 on board lost altitude on the initial climb and crashed, killing at least 32 on board.
...crash site of a French-Italian made ATR-72 passenger plane of private Russian airline UTair, some 45 km (28 miles) from the western Siberian city of Tyumen (AFP Photo / Russian Emergencies...
The first was a 17 March 2007 crash of a UTair Tupolev Tu134A in Samara, Russia that killed six passengers. Plane crashes of airlines of Russia and the former Soviet Union.
The ATR-72 twin-engine plane was operated by UTair -- a private Russian airline that
A Russian passenger plane carrying 43 people has crashed shortly after take-off in Siberia.