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Pilots of crashed Russian plane operated with forged certificates

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KABUL – In the aftermath of the Falcon 10 plane crash in Afghanistan, a report from Russia’s Izvestia newspaper reveals that the pilots, Dmitry Belyakov and Arkady Grachev, had their certificates revoked. Allegedly, they forged training documents for the aircraft in the United States, providing false information.

The incident not only sheds light on the pilots’ document forgery but also raises concerns about the business jet’s technical condition. The aircraft failed to undergo mandatory maintenance and obtained an airworthiness certificate illegally. Oleg Shirin, the head of the North-Western Interregional Territorial Administration of Russia’s Federal Air Transport Agency, ordered the revocation of the pilots’ certificates.

This unfortunate event highlights the compromised maintenance and legality of the jet’s airworthiness certificate. Furthermore, recent reports on Jan. 27 reveal that the company owning the Falcon-10 lacked licenses for international flights and passenger air transportation.

The crash, which occurred in the Kof Aab district of northeastern Badakhshan province on Jan. 20, led to survivors being transported to Kabul on Jan. 22.

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