The Ukrainian State Commission investigating the causes for the Antonov An-140 airplane crash in Iran completed the process of black-box decoding and started the process of flight simulation. So far, the commission experts have not prepared the report, the press-service of the Ukrainian Cabinet disclosed.
Representatives of the Ukrainian State and Inter-industrial Technical Commissions, International Aviation Committee continue checking all technical data and conduct a flight simulation.
As it was disclosed on December 27th by Ukrainian Prime Minister Viktor Yanukovich, according to preliminary information of the Ukrainian Commission, the crash was caused either by a mistake of the pilots or by a mistake of Iranian air-traffic controllers. According to him, "the airplane was in a perfect technical condition".
However, the Iranian side denies the version that the air crash was caused by a mistake of Iranian air-traffic controllers.
On the night of December 23d, the Antonov An-140 airplane, which belonged to the Ukrainian airlines "Aeromost-Kharkov", crashed into the mountains in Iran, not far from Isfahan airport. 44 people were killed as a result of the crash.
The co-author of this disaster is the Dutch government, which did not find either strength or desire to save the lives of its citizens who were flying on that plane. The Dutch authorities did not demand Ukraine to comply with international aviation regulations
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