An-32 (Imagem: indiandefence)
An-32 (Imagem: indiandefence)

Um avião de transporte An-32 da Força Aérea Indiana pegou fogo após o desembarque no 20 de setembro.

Uma tragédia foi evitada, pois o avião estava com 11 passageiros mais a tripulação, que foram resgatados minutos depois que a aeronave pegou fogo. Assim que o avião pousou, em torno das 21hs, um dos motores pegou fogo, após o que as os procedimentos para apagar o fogo não deram resultados.

Cerca de 70% do avião ficou danificado. “Foi um incidente de pouso. Há danos na aeronave”, disse o oficial de relações públicas da Força Aérea.

Aviões velhos

Os An-32 foram comprados em 1980 da União Soviética, sendo a Índia o primeiro cliente. O Antonov tem uma capacidade de carga de cerca de 7 000 kg.

FONTE: – Tradução e edição: CAVOK


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  1. Cara, só achei desnecessário chamar os aviões da década de 80 de velhos. E os nossos C-95, F-5, T-25. Não existe avião velho, existe avião mal conservado e/ou mal pilotado.

  2. Entendo sua argumentação, kekosam. Se você observar o artigo original, verá que não foi Cavok que assim qualificou as aeronaves:

    IAF AN-32 catches fire, passengers safe
    HT Correspondent , Hindustan Times Chandigarh, September 20, 2014
    First Published: 23:29 IST(20/9/2014) | Last Updated: 10:38 IST(21/9/2014) http://www.hindustantimes.com/punjab/chandigarh/a

    Major tragedy was averted as passengers of an AN-32, a military transport aircraft, were rescued minutes after the aircraft caught fire after landing at the Chandigarh air force station on Saturday night.

    As soon as the plane landed around 9pm, its engine caught fire, following which crash fire tenders were rushed to extinguish the fire and 11 persons in the plane, including crew, were rescued.

    About 70% of the plane is reported to have got damaged in the mishap. Sources said an inquiry would be initiated into the mishap to find out the reasons. "It was a landing incident. There is damage to the aircraft. There is no casualty," said Group Captain Gerard Galway, public relation officer, Air Force headquarters, New Delhi.

    Old aircrafts

    The AN-32 aircraft were bought in 1980s from Russia and India was the first customer. Since then the aircraft, having a carrying capacity of around 7,000 kg, have been involved in air maintenance of Jammu and Kashmir sector, including air dropping and air landing operations at the highest dropping zones and advance landing grounds like Kargil, Thoise and Leh, both by day and night. It had also landed at Daulat Beg Oldi in 2008, the highest landing strip in the world. This light transport plane has an advantage over other aircraft of flying in thin air particularly in high altitude conditions.

  3. Entendo sua argumentação, kekosam. Se você observar o artigo original, verá que não foi Cavok que assim qualificou as aeronaves:

    IAF AN-32 catches fire, passengers safe
    HT Correspondent , Hindustan Times Chandigarh, September 20, 2014
    First Published: 23:29 IST(20/9/2014) | Last Updated: 10:38 IST(21/9/2014) http://www.hindustantimes.com/punjab/chandigarh/a

    Major tragedy was averted as passengers of an AN-32, a military transport aircraft, were rescued minutes after the aircraft caught fire after landing at the Chandigarh air force station on Saturday night.

    As soon as the plane landed around 9pm, its engine caught fire, following which crash fire tenders were rushed to extinguish the fire and 11 persons in the plane, including crew, were rescued.

    About 70% of the plane is reported to have got damaged in the mishap. Sources said an inquiry would be initiated into the mishap to find out the reasons. "It was a landing incident. There is damage to the aircraft. There is no casualty," said Group Captain Gerard Galway, public relation officer, Air Force headquarters, New Delhi.

    Old aircrafts

    The AN-32 aircraft were bought in 1980s from Russia and India was the first customer. Since then the aircraft, having a carrying capacity of around 7,000 kg, have been involved in air maintenance of Jammu and Kashmir sector, including air dropping and air landing operations at the highest dropping zones and advance landing grounds like Kargil, Thoise and Leh, both by day and night. It had also landed at Daulat Beg Oldi in 2008, the highest landing strip in the world. This light transport plane has an advantage over other aircraft of flying in thin air particularly in high altitude conditions.

  4. Entendo sua argumentação, kekosam. Se você observar o artigo original, verá que não foi Cavok que assim qualificou as aeronaves:

    IAF AN-32 catches fire, passengers safe
    HT Correspondent , Hindustan Times Chandigarh, September 20, 2014
    First Published: 23:29 IST(20/9/2014) | Last Updated: 10:38 IST(21/9/2014) http://www.hindustantimes.com/punjab/chandigarh/a

    Major tragedy was averted as passengers of an AN-32, a military transport aircraft, were rescued minutes after the aircraft caught fire after landing at the Chandigarh air force station on Saturday night.

    As soon as the plane landed around 9pm, its engine caught fire, following which crash fire tenders were rushed to extinguish the fire and 11 persons in the plane, including crew, were rescued.

    About 70% of the plane is reported to have got damaged in the mishap. Sources said an inquiry would be initiated into the mishap to find out the reasons. "It was a landing incident. There is damage to the aircraft. There is no casualty," said Group Captain Gerard Galway, public relation officer, Air Force headquarters, New Delhi.

    Old aircrafts

    The AN-32 aircraft were bought in 1980s from Russia and India was the first customer. Since then the aircraft, having a carrying capacity of around 7,000 kg, have been involved in air maintenance of Jammu and Kashmir sector, including air dropping and air landing operations at the highest dropping zones and advance landing grounds like Kargil, Thoise and Leh, both by day and night. It had also landed at Daulat Beg Oldi in 2008, the highest landing strip in the world. This light transport plane has an advantage over other aircraft of flying in thin air particularly in high altitude conditions.

  5. Entendo sua argumentação, kekosam. Se você observar o artigo original, verá que não foi Cavok que assim qualificou as aeronaves:

    IAF AN-32 catches fire, passengers safe
    HT Correspondent , Hindustan Times Chandigarh, September 20, 2014
    First Published: 23:29 IST(20/9/2014) | Last Updated: 10:38 IST(21/9/2014) http://www.hindustantimes.com/punjab/chandigarh/a

    Major tragedy was averted as passengers of an AN-32, a military transport aircraft, were rescued minutes after the aircraft caught fire after landing at the Chandigarh air force station on Saturday night.

    As soon as the plane landed around 9pm, its engine caught fire, following which crash fire tenders were rushed to extinguish the fire and 11 persons in the plane, including crew, were rescued.

    About 70% of the plane is reported to have got damaged in the mishap. Sources said an inquiry would be initiated into the mishap to find out the reasons. "It was a landing incident. There is damage to the aircraft. There is no casualty," said Group Captain Gerard Galway, public relation officer, Air Force headquarters, New Delhi.

    Old aircrafts

    The AN-32 aircraft were bought in 1980s from Russia and India was the first customer. Since then the aircraft, having a carrying capacity of around 7,000 kg, have been involved in air maintenance of Jammu and Kashmir sector, including air dropping and air landing operations at the highest dropping zones and advance landing grounds like Kargil, Thoise and Leh, both by day and night. It had also landed at Daulat Beg Oldi in 2008, the highest landing strip in the world. This light transport plane has an advantage over other aircraft of flying in thin air particularly in high altitude conditions.

  6. Entendo sua argumentação, kekosam. Se você observar o artigo original, verá que não foi Cavok que assim qualificou as aeronaves:

    IAF AN-32 catches fire, passengers safe
    HT Correspondent , Hindustan Times Chandigarh, September 20, 2014
    First Published: 23:29 IST(20/9/2014) | Last Updated: 10:38 IST(21/9/2014) http://www.hindustantimes.com/punjab/chandigarh/a

    Major tragedy was averted as passengers of an AN-32, a military transport aircraft, were rescued minutes after the aircraft caught fire after landing at the Chandigarh air force station on Saturday night.

    As soon as the plane landed around 9pm, its engine caught fire, following which crash fire tenders were rushed to extinguish the fire and 11 persons in the plane, including crew, were rescued.

    About 70% of the plane is reported to have got damaged in the mishap. Sources said an inquiry would be initiated into the mishap to find out the reasons. "It was a landing incident. There is damage to the aircraft. There is no casualty," said Group Captain Gerard Galway, public relation officer, Air Force headquarters, New Delhi.

    Old aircrafts

    The AN-32 aircraft were bought in 1980s from Russia and India was the first customer. Since then the aircraft, having a carrying capacity of around 7,000 kg, have been involved in air maintenance of Jammu and Kashmir sector, including air dropping and air landing operations at the highest dropping zones and advance landing grounds like Kargil, Thoise and Leh, both by day and night. It had also landed at Daulat Beg Oldi in 2008, the highest landing strip in the world. This light transport plane has an advantage over other aircraft of flying in thin air particularly in high altitude conditions.

  7. Entendo sua argumentação, kekosam. Se você observar o artigo original, verá que não foi Cavok que assim qualificou as aeronaves:

    IAF AN-32 catches fire, passengers safe
    HT Correspondent , Hindustan Times Chandigarh, September 20, 2014
    First Published: 23:29 IST(20/9/2014) | Last Updated: 10:38 IST(21/9/2014) http://www.hindustantimes.com/punjab/chandigarh/a

    Major tragedy was averted as passengers of an AN-32, a military transport aircraft, were rescued minutes after the aircraft caught fire after landing at the Chandigarh air force station on Saturday night.

    As soon as the plane landed around 9pm, its engine caught fire, following which crash fire tenders were rushed to extinguish the fire and 11 persons in the plane, including crew, were rescued.

    About 70% of the plane is reported to have got damaged in the mishap. Sources said an inquiry would be initiated into the mishap to find out the reasons. "It was a landing incident. There is damage to the aircraft. There is no casualty," said Group Captain Gerard Galway, public relation officer, Air Force headquarters, New Delhi.

    Old aircrafts

    The AN-32 aircraft were bought in 1980s from Russia and India was the first customer. Since then the aircraft, having a carrying capacity of around 7,000 kg, have been involved in air maintenance of Jammu and Kashmir sector, including air dropping and air landing operations at the highest dropping zones and advance landing grounds like Kargil, Thoise and Leh, both by day and night. It had also landed at Daulat Beg Oldi in 2008, the highest landing strip in the world. This light transport plane has an advantage over other aircraft of flying in thin air particularly in high altitude conditions.

  8. Entendo sua argumentação, kekosam. Se você observar o artigo original, verá que não foi Cavok que assim qualificou as aeronaves:

    IAF AN-32 catches fire, passengers safe
    HT Correspondent , Hindustan Times Chandigarh, September 20, 2014
    First Published: 23:29 IST(20/9/2014) | Last Updated: 10:38 IST(21/9/2014) http://www.hindustantimes.com/punjab/chandigarh/a

    Major tragedy was averted as passengers of an AN-32, a military transport aircraft, were rescued minutes after the aircraft caught fire after landing at the Chandigarh air force station on Saturday night.

    As soon as the plane landed around 9pm, its engine caught fire, following which crash fire tenders were rushed to extinguish the fire and 11 persons in the plane, including crew, were rescued.

    About 70% of the plane is reported to have got damaged in the mishap. Sources said an inquiry would be initiated into the mishap to find out the reasons. "It was a landing incident. There is damage to the aircraft. There is no casualty," said Group Captain Gerard Galway, public relation officer, Air Force headquarters, New Delhi.

    Old aircrafts

    The AN-32 aircraft were bought in 1980s from Russia and India was the first customer. Since then the aircraft, having a carrying capacity of around 7,000 kg, have been involved in air maintenance of Jammu and Kashmir sector, including air dropping and air landing operations at the highest dropping zones and advance landing grounds like Kargil, Thoise and Leh, both by day and night. It had also landed at Daulat Beg Oldi in 2008, the highest landing strip in the world. This light transport plane has an advantage over other aircraft of flying in thin air particularly in high altitude conditions.

  9. Entendo sua argumentação, kekosam. Se você observar o artigo original, verá que não foi Cavok que assim qualificou as aeronaves:

    IAF AN-32 catches fire, passengers safe
    HT Correspondent , Hindustan Times Chandigarh, September 20, 2014
    First Published: 23:29 IST(20/9/2014) | Last Updated: 10:38 IST(21/9/2014) http://www.hindustantimes.com/punjab/chandigarh/a

    Major tragedy was averted as passengers of an AN-32, a military transport aircraft, were rescued minutes after the aircraft caught fire after landing at the Chandigarh air force station on Saturday night.

    As soon as the plane landed around 9pm, its engine caught fire, following which crash fire tenders were rushed to extinguish the fire and 11 persons in the plane, including crew, were rescued.

    About 70% of the plane is reported to have got damaged in the mishap. Sources said an inquiry would be initiated into the mishap to find out the reasons. "It was a landing incident. There is damage to the aircraft. There is no casualty," said Group Captain Gerard Galway, public relation officer, Air Force headquarters, New Delhi.

    Old aircrafts

    The AN-32 aircraft were bought in 1980s from Russia and India was the first customer. Since then the aircraft, having a carrying capacity of around 7,000 kg, have been involved in air maintenance of Jammu and Kashmir sector, including air dropping and air landing operations at the highest dropping zones and advance landing grounds like Kargil, Thoise and Leh, both by day and night. It had also landed at Daulat Beg Oldi in 2008, the highest landing strip in the world. This light transport plane has an advantage over other aircraft of flying in thin air particularly in high altitude conditions.

  10. Entendo sua argumentação, kekosam. Se você observar o artigo original, verá que não foi Cavok que assim qualificou as aeronaves:

    IAF AN-32 catches fire, passengers safe
    HT Correspondent , Hindustan Times Chandigarh, September 20, 2014
    First Published: 23:29 IST(20/9/2014) | Last Updated: 10:38 IST(21/9/2014) http://www.hindustantimes.com/punjab/chandigarh/a

    Major tragedy was averted as passengers of an AN-32, a military transport aircraft, were rescued minutes after the aircraft caught fire after landing at the Chandigarh air force station on Saturday night.

    As soon as the plane landed around 9pm, its engine caught fire, following which crash fire tenders were rushed to extinguish the fire and 11 persons in the plane, including crew, were rescued.

    About 70% of the plane is reported to have got damaged in the mishap. Sources said an inquiry would be initiated into the mishap to find out the reasons. "It was a landing incident. There is damage to the aircraft. There is no casualty," said Group Captain Gerard Galway, public relation officer, Air Force headquarters, New Delhi.

    Old aircrafts

    The AN-32 aircraft were bought in 1980s from Russia and India was the first customer. Since then the aircraft, having a carrying capacity of around 7,000 kg, have been involved in air maintenance of Jammu and Kashmir sector, including air dropping and air landing operations at the highest dropping zones and advance landing grounds like Kargil, Thoise and Leh, both by day and night. It had also landed at Daulat Beg Oldi in 2008, the highest landing strip in the world. This light transport plane has an advantage over other aircraft of flying in thin air particularly in high altitude conditions.

  11. Entendo sua argumentação, kekosam. Se você observar o artigo original, verá que não foi Cavok que assim qualificou as aeronaves:

    IAF AN-32 catches fire, passengers safe
    HT Correspondent , Hindustan Times Chandigarh, September 20, 2014
    First Published: 23:29 IST(20/9/2014) | Last Updated: 10:38 IST(21/9/2014) http://www.hindustantimes.com/punjab/chandigarh/a

    Major tragedy was averted as passengers of an AN-32, a military transport aircraft, were rescued minutes after the aircraft caught fire after landing at the Chandigarh air force station on Saturday night.

    As soon as the plane landed around 9pm, its engine caught fire, following which crash fire tenders were rushed to extinguish the fire and 11 persons in the plane, including crew, were rescued.

    About 70% of the plane is reported to have got damaged in the mishap. Sources said an inquiry would be initiated into the mishap to find out the reasons. "It was a landing incident. There is damage to the aircraft. There is no casualty," said Group Captain Gerard Galway, public relation officer, Air Force headquarters, New Delhi.

    Old aircrafts

    The AN-32 aircraft were bought in 1980s from Russia and India was the first customer. Since then the aircraft, having a carrying capacity of around 7,000 kg, have been involved in air maintenance of Jammu and Kashmir sector, including air dropping and air landing operations at the highest dropping zones and advance landing grounds like Kargil, Thoise and Leh, both by day and night. It had also landed at Daulat Beg Oldi in 2008, the highest landing strip in the world. This light transport plane has an advantage over other aircraft of flying in thin air particularly in high altitude conditions.

  12. Entendo sua argumentação, kekosam. Se você observar o artigo original, verá que não foi Cavok que assim qualificou as aeronaves:

    IAF AN-32 catches fire, passengers safe
    HT Correspondent , Hindustan Times Chandigarh, September 20, 2014
    First Published: 23:29 IST(20/9/2014) | Last Updated: 10:38 IST(21/9/2014) http://www.hindustantimes.com/punjab/chandigarh/a

    Major tragedy was averted as passengers of an AN-32, a military transport aircraft, were rescued minutes after the aircraft caught fire after landing at the Chandigarh air force station on Saturday night.

    As soon as the plane landed around 9pm, its engine caught fire, following which crash fire tenders were rushed to extinguish the fire and 11 persons in the plane, including crew, were rescued.

    About 70% of the plane is reported to have got damaged in the mishap. Sources said an inquiry would be initiated into the mishap to find out the reasons. "It was a landing incident. There is damage to the aircraft. There is no casualty," said Group Captain Gerard Galway, public relation officer, Air Force headquarters, New Delhi.

    Old aircrafts

    The AN-32 aircraft were bought in 1980s from Russia and India was the first customer. Since then the aircraft, having a carrying capacity of around 7,000 kg, have been involved in air maintenance of Jammu and Kashmir sector, including air dropping and air landing operations at the highest dropping zones and advance landing grounds like Kargil, Thoise and Leh, both by day and night. It had also landed at Daulat Beg Oldi in 2008, the highest landing strip in the world. This light transport plane has an advantage over other aircraft of flying in thin air particularly in high altitude conditions.

  13. Entendo sua argumentação, kekosam. Se você observar o artigo original, verá que não foi Cavok que assim qualificou as aeronaves:

    IAF AN-32 catches fire, passengers safe
    HT Correspondent , Hindustan Times Chandigarh, September 20, 2014
    First Published: 23:29 IST(20/9/2014) | Last Updated: 10:38 IST(21/9/2014) http://www.hindustantimes.com/punjab/chandigarh/a

    Major tragedy was averted as passengers of an AN-32, a military transport aircraft, were rescued minutes after the aircraft caught fire after landing at the Chandigarh air force station on Saturday night.

    As soon as the plane landed around 9pm, its engine caught fire, following which crash fire tenders were rushed to extinguish the fire and 11 persons in the plane, including crew, were rescued.

    About 70% of the plane is reported to have got damaged in the mishap. Sources said an inquiry would be initiated into the mishap to find out the reasons. "It was a landing incident. There is damage to the aircraft. There is no casualty," said Group Captain Gerard Galway, public relation officer, Air Force headquarters, New Delhi.

    Old aircrafts

    The AN-32 aircraft were bought in 1980s from Russia and India was the first customer. Since then the aircraft, having a carrying capacity of around 7,000 kg, have been involved in air maintenance of Jammu and Kashmir sector, including air dropping and air landing operations at the highest dropping zones and advance landing grounds like Kargil, Thoise and Leh, both by day and night. It had also landed at Daulat Beg Oldi in 2008, the highest landing strip in the world. This light transport plane has an advantage over other aircraft of flying in thin air particularly in high altitude conditions.

  14. Oque me deixa curioso é, será que esta aeronave faz parte do lote que esta passando pelo processo de modernização? Sabemos que este modelo utilizado pela IAF vem passando por um extenso programa de melhoria de suas capacidades principalmente na aviônica.

    Mas também temos que levar em consideração que após 34 anos de serviço é chegada a hora de se pensar seriamente na sua substituição pois a aviação deste porte Indiana tem vetores com mais de 40 anos e não estou falando dos AN-32 (34 anos de serviço) mas também dos Avro 748(HAL 748) e Andover. Alguns anos atrás chegou a ser lançada uma concorrência aonde o C-295 e C-27J entraram na briga mas posteriormente foi cancelada.

    O estado de conservação das aeronaves indianas não é dos melhores é só dar uma olhada nos números, a taxa de atrito é uma das mais altas do mundo levando em consideração o tamanho da força empregada, por ano em média eles perdem 15 aeronaves entre novas e velhas, SU-30,C-130J entre outros já entraram na contagem das perdas.

    Será que não esta não esta na hora de reverem os conceitos de compra e empregabilidade dos vetores, acredito que deve ser um pesadelo para o pessoal de logística devido a imensa variedade de modelos de várias origens, manter isso tudo voando não deve ser nada fácil.

  15. Sim, entendo perfeitamente LaMarca. Esta bem explícito que o Cavok traduziu e diagramou o texto apenas. A crítica era com relação ao autor mesmo. Aeronave só fica "velha" quando se aproxima do Check D. Pode ter 5 ou 50 anos. E depois do Check D volta a ser nova, tendo 5 ou 50. Ela pode ser obsoleta técnica, ecológica, econômica ou militarmente, mas não velha apenas por conta da idade.

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