Accident Antonov An-2TP CCCP-09667, Thursday 4 January 1968
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Date:Thursday 4 January 1968
Type:Silhouette image of generic AN2 model; specific model in this crash may look slightly different    
Antonov An-2TP
Owner/operator:Aeroflot, Northern Civil Aviation Directorate
Registration: CCCP-09667
MSN: 1G76-01
Year of manufacture:1966
Total airframe hrs:1621 hours
Cycles:2176 flights
Fatalities:Fatalities: 14 / Occupants: 14
Other fatalities:2
Aircraft damage: Destroyed, written off
Location:23 km NNW from Vologda -   Russia
Phase: En route
Nature:Passenger - Scheduled
Departure airport:
Destination airport:Vologda Airport (VGD/ULWW)
Two Antonov An-2 aircraft crashed following a mid-air collision near Vologda, Russia. All 16 occupants on board both aircraft were killed.
The ski-equipped An-2TP CCCP-09667 operated on a domestic passenger flight from Berezhnoye to Vologda with two pilots and 12 passengers on board. After passing Ust-Kubinskoye, the aircraft deviated from the prescribed flight path and headed direct to Vologda.
At the same time another An-2TP (CCCP-96226) had departed Vologda on a cargo flight to Ust-Kubinskoye with two pilots on board.
Both aircraft were flying in opposite directions at the same height of 200 m in the same area, but on different radio frequencies. They entered an area of reduced visibility up to 1000 m due to the passage of a snow storm.
At 11:14 both aircraft collided and crashed into a swamp.



  • 41st worst accident in 1968
  • 6th worst accident of this aircraft type
  • 2nd worst accident of this aircraft type at the time


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