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Ukrainian International Airlines flight PS752 crashed shortly after departure from Tehran early morning 8 January 2020. The flight departed Tehran Imam Khomeini International Airport at 02:42 UTC (06:12 local time) and the last ADS-B signal was received by the Flightradar24 network at 02:44 UTC.While initial reports have speculated as to the cause of the crash, very little is known at this time. This post will be updated as additional, verified information becomes available.
ADS-B data from PS752
Important note regarding ADS-B altitude data
ADS-B altitude data is reported as the uncorrected pressure altitude above mean sea level. Values do not indicate the altitude above ground level.
PS752 Aircraft Information
PS752 was operated by a Boeing 737-800 (not MAX) registered UR-PSR. The aircraft was delivered new to Ukrainian Airlines in 2016. It is powered by two CFM56 engines.
The METAR current at the time of departure indicated winds of 6 knots, good visibility, and a temperature of -1℃. The METARs before and after report similar conditions.
OIIE 080300Z 27006KT CAVOK M01/M04 Q1021
OIIE 080200Z 28006KT CAVOK M01/M04 Q1021 (METAR current at time of departure)
OIIE 080100Z 26006KT CAVOK M01/M04 Q1021
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