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14 August 1987 - an An-28 (CCCP-28741) Suffered a hard landing in Ust-Nem, Soviet Union. No fatalities.

14 August 1987 - an Suffered a hard landing in Ust-Nem, Soviet Union. No fatalities.

7 January 1982 - a L-410M (CCCP-67290) crashed into a hill near Gelendzhik, Soviet Union under unspecified circumstances. Killing all 18.

4 December 1984 - an entered a steep dive, losing altitude after the artificial horizon failed and the crew became disorientated in clouds . The crew could not recover and the aircraft struck trees and terrain in Kostroma, Soviet Union. Killing all

16 January 1982 - a Yak-40 (CCCP-87902) belly-landed following fuel exhaustion at Shevchenko, Soviet Union. All 3 survived.

16 January 1982 - a Yak-40 (CCCP-87902) belly-landed following fuel exhaustion at Shevchenko, Soviet Union. All 3 survived.

17 December 1976 - Aeroflot Flight H-36, an An-24 (CCCP-46722) Flew below the glideslope amid reduced visibility on approach to Zhulyany Airport, Soviet Union eventually colliding with a concrete embankment. Was operating a domestic scheduled Chernovtsy–Kiev passenger service. Killing 48 of 55.

28 April 1975 - a descended below the glidepath and crashed short of the runway at Poltava Airport, Soviet Union. All 11 on board survived.

2 May 1974 - Aeroflot Flight 1255, a Yak-40 (CCCP-87398) Crashed following an aborted take-off at Rostov Airport, Soviet Union. The aircraft was operating a Lipetsk-Rostov on Don-Mineralnye Vody passenger service. 1 of 38 on board were killed.

28 February 1973 - Aeroflot Flight a Seconds after getting airborne, the airplane fell back to the runway at Semipalatinsk Airport, Soviet Union. Due to operate a domestic scheduled Semipalatinsk–Ust-Kamenogorsk passenger service. Killing all

31 December 1967 - a An-24B (CCCP-46201) Crashed short of the runway on approach to Voronezh Airport, Soviet Union. Passengers & crew unknown.

31 December 1967 - a Crashed short of the runway on approach to Voronezh Airport, Soviet Union.

30 July 1950 - a Il-12 (CCCP-Л1803) Crashed on approach to Karaganda Airport, Soviet Union. The aircraft had departed the same airport for a domestic scheduled passenger service when the crew decided to fly it back due to the failure of the port engine. Killing all 25 on board.

1 July 1947 - a Lost speed and crashed after an engine failure on takeoff in Moscow, Soviet Union. Fatalities & people on board unknown.

18 June 1978 - an An-2R (CCCP-02846) was damaged beyond repair in an accident. Location & passenger & crew fate unknown.

28 April 1970 - an Crashed during a crop-spraying flight. The aircraft went into a steep turn to avoid a power line and the aircraft lost altitude and crashed upside down in Ryazan, Soviet Union.

9 April 1974 - a Yak-40 (CCCP-87369) Crashed at Kazan Airport, Soviet Union after an engine fire. Passengers & crew fate unknown.

16 January 1987 - Aeroflot Flight a Crashed shortly after takeoff from Yuzhny Airport as it encountered a wake vortex generated by the departure of an Ilyushin moments before. Killing all

6 October 1975 - a Yak-40 (CCCP-87328) Crashed at Kirov Airport, Soviet Union following the failure of the three engines. Passengers & crew fate unknown.

18 April 1986 - a suffered structural failure at Kazan Airport, Soviet Union.

28 January 1984 - Aeroflot Flight 923, an An-24RV (CCCP-47310) Crash-landed at Izhevsk Airport, Soviet Union when the pilot attempted to land the aircraft with a failure on one of the elevators due to a maintenance error. Killing 4 of 53.

28 January 1984 - Aeroflot Flight an Crash-landed at Izhevsk Airport, Soviet Union when the pilot attempted to land the aircraft with a failure on one of the elevators due to a maintenance error. Killing 4 of

23 December 1982 - an An-26 (CCCP-26627) crashed and was destroyed by fire shortly after takeoff from Rostov-on-Don Airport, Soviet Union after it hit trees during initial climbout. The airplane was overloaded. All 16 were killed.

23 December 1982 - an crashed and was destroyed by fire shortly after takeoff from Rostov-on-Don Airport, Soviet Union after it hit trees during initial climbout. The airplane was overloaded. All 16 were killed.

28 July 1961 - a Il-18V (CCCP-75766) Engine flameout during a test flight. Crash-landed at Lukhovitsy Tretyakovo Airport, Soviet Union. No one on board were killed.

28 July 1961 - a Engine flameout during a test flight. Crash-landed at Lukhovitsy Tretyakovo Airport, Soviet Union. No one on board were killed.

11 April 1976 - an An-2TP (CCCP-09675) Crashed into mountainous terrain amid bad…

1 February 1978 - an ( Collided with another over Krasny, Soviet Union tail number owing to air traffic controllers error. Landed safely, without any reported fatality on board. All occupants of perished in the accident.

13 May 1986 - an An-12TB (CCCP-12962) Sank when the ice surface it was being towed over for repairs cracked at Ledovaya Baza, Soviet Union.

13 May 1986 - an Sank when the ice surface it was being towed over for repairs cracked at Ledovaya Baza, Soviet Union.

20 March 1979 - a Yak-40 (CCCP-87930) Entered the wake turbulence of a Mil Mi-6 and crashed at Chardzhou Airport, Soviet Union. All 29 survived.

19 April 1983 - Aeroflot Flight a crashed into a mountain, 41 kilometres mi) away from Leninakan Airport, Soviet Union after it was cleared to descend. Killing all