Workout for children on the lesson of the Russian language

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596, that was delivered new to Aeroflot on 11 December 1992. Russian International Airlines that was set up for serving routes to the Russian Far East and Southeast Asia. The captain of Flight 593 was Andrey Viktorovich Danilov, 40, who was hired by Aeroflot in November 1992. 33, who was hired by Aeroflot in October 1993. Relief pilot Kudrinsky was taking his two children on their first international flight, and they were brought to the cockpit while he was on duty. With the autopilot active, Kudrinsky, against regulations, let the children sit at the controls.

First, his daughter Yana took the pilot’s left front seat. Kudrinsky adjusted the autopilot’s heading to give her the impression that she was turning the plane, though she actually had no control of the aircraft. Shortly thereafter, Kudrinsky’s son Eldar occupied the pilot’s seat. The first to notice a problem was Eldar, who observed that the plane was banking right.

Shortly after, the flight path indicator changed to show the new flight path of the aircraft as it turned. Since the turn was continuous, the resulting predicted flight path drawn on screen was a 180-degree turn. The aircraft crashed with its landing gear up, and all passengers had been prepared for an emergency, as they were strapped into their seats. No distress calls were made prior to the crash. The airline originally denied that the children were in the cockpit. The Associated Press said that, according to the transcript, “the Russian crew almost succeeded in saving the plane”. All timestamps refer to the flight data recorder time, not GMT or local time.

2259 Kudrinsky: Is it turning by itself? 2266 Eldar: Is it going off-course? 2266 Makarov Could it be some kind of zone? 2269 Piskarev: Of course we have. The plane exceeds a 45-degree bank angle.

The g-forces increase, making it difficult for Kudrinsky to return to his seat. 2281 Kudrinsky: Left The other way! 2281 Makarov: Turn it, to the left! 2284 Eldar: I am turning it left! 2288 Piskarev: Can’t you see, or what? Altitude warnings, autopilot disengagement warnings, and stall warnings sound in quick succession.

The plane begins to descend at speeds of up to 1000 feet per second. 2298 Piskarev: To the left, There’s the ground! Piskarev pulls out of the dive, but over-corrects. The aircraft climbs almost vertically, and then starts to stall. The g-forces slightly decrease, enough for Eldar to get out of the captain’s seat.