Expert Explained the Most Possible Cause of Bek Air Plane Crash
It’s been two months since the Fokker-100 aircraft of Bek Air airline crashed in Almaty. The exact cause of the crash has not been identified yet. However, it was found that there was no violation of the loading rules of the aircraft. The Interstate Aviation Committee has shown catastrophic success with computer graphics. The video shows the plane departing from Almaty International Airport, ascending to a height of 6 meters, then dropping 5 degrees to the left wing and then 19 degrees to the right. Kanat Tusupbekov, chairman of the air accident inquiry commission, did not confirm the exact day of completion of investigation, instead he gave reasons that were more specific. Initially, there were four reasons for the catastrophe.
“I see only two reasons of the plane crash. First would be the damaged aircraft wings which lost their ability to lift. The second reason is frozen wings. The commission examined the aircraft after the plane crash and found that the wings were not damaged. Based on my experience, I see no other reason. As a result, we consider that the wings of the aircraft were frozen,” said General Director of Interstate Aviation Committee, Viktor Sorochenko.