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  1. Crash: Polish Air Force T154 at Smolensk on Apr 10th 2010, impacted trees on first approach(PART5

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    m.d
    , January 14th, 2011 at 12:23:49
    There are conflicting reports, that the airplane may have gone around three times with the crew considering to divert to Minsk (Belarus, 170nm west of Smolensk) or Moscow (Russia, 200nm east of Smolensk) before attempting their fatal 4th approach. Other reports say, that the crew was adivsed by air traffic control in Belarus to not continue to Smolensk due to fog, but to divert to Minsk and later, after hand off to Russian ATC, Russian Air Traffic Controllers recommended to divert to Moscow,
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  2. Crash: Polish Air Force T154 at Smolensk on Apr 10th 2010, impacted trees on first approach(PART4

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    m.d
    , January 14th, 2011 at 12:21:48
    On March 25th test flights were performed which confirmed the suitability of the aerodrome.

    On April 5th the aerodrome was again inspected in preparation for the special flights, the MDA was set to the 100 meters AGL (328 feet) with a visibility requirement of 1000 meters.

    Specialists were on duty at the airport of Smolenks on April 10th starting at 07:00L to assist the incoming special flights. Those specialists inspected the runway lighting at 08:00L and found it
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  3. Crash: Polish Air Force T154 at Smolensk on Apr 10th 2010, impacted trees on first approach(PART3

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    m.d
    , January 14th, 2011 at 12:20:03
    The approach lights on April 14th 2010 (Photo: MAK):


    The two NDB approach chart runway 26/runway 259 (Graphics: MAK):

    By Simon Hradecky, created Wednesday, May 19th 2010 13:47Z, last updated Wednesday, Oct 20th 2010 20:32ZThe Russian MAK in cooperation with the Polish Accident Investigators published first preliminary results of their
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  4. Crash: Polish Air Force T154 at Smolensk on Apr 10th 2010, impacted trees on first approach(PART2

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    m.d
    , January 14th, 2011 at 12:18:56
    The captain's altimeter was set to standard pressure of 1013 (instead of QFE 993 as anticipated and briefed) during the final approach, the MAK annotated it was likely the navigator who selected the wrong altimeter setting. This error caused the altimeter to indicate about 160 meters too high (e.g. indicating 460 instead of 300 meters).

    Due to a late (about 1.5km/0.8nm) start of the final descent the aircraft passed the outer marker 120 meters above target altitude at an airspeed
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  5. Crash: Polish Air Force T154 at Smolensk on Apr 10th 2010, impacted trees on first approach(PART1)

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    m.d
    , January 14th, 2011 at 12:17:48
    Crash: Polish Air Force T154 at Smolensk on Apr 10th 2010, impacted trees on first approach
    By Simon Hradecky, created Wednesday, Jan 12th 2011 16:05Z, last updated Wednesday, Jan 12th 2011 16:18ZThe Russian MAK have released their final report in English (Russian original) and the comments by Poland in Polish.

    The MAK concluded:

    The immediate cause of the accident was the failure of the crew to take a timely decision to proceed to an alternate airdrome although
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