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Ukrainian International Airlines flight PS752 was shot down 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.
Update 11 January — Iran’s military announced that it ‘unintentionally’ shot down Ukraine International Airlines flight 752 as a result of human error.
Through the Islamic Republic News Agency the Armed Forces General Staff issued a statement saying PS752 was shot down by the Iranian military as a result of human error. You may read the full statement here.
Update 9 January — The Iranian Civil Aviation Organization has released an initial report on the crash. According to the report the aircraft climbed to 8000 feet and turned right back toward the airport and crashed at 06:18 local time (02:48 UTC)—four minutes after the last ADS-B signal was received by the Flightradar24 network.
The report also states, ‘The rescue and search operation team found the Aircraft black boxes, including the Flight Data Recorder (FDR) and Cockpit Voice Recorder (CVR), and is currently held by the investigation team of Iran AAIB. Both devices have been damaged as a result of the accident and catching fire. The memory parts of both recorders are in good conditions, though the physical damage to their main components is noticeable.’
You can read the full preliminary report (translated to English) here.
ADS-B data from PS752
PS752 Data for download
PS 752 regular CSV file
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
Other relevant flight information
There were 10 departures from Tehran-IKA from midnight local time 8 Jan through the departure of PS752 at 06:12 LT. Prior to PS752, the last flight movement at IKA was the departure of QR8408 at 05:39 local time.
Departures prior to and including PS752 from midnight local time in Tehran
Vertical track visualization
Vertical path of departures from IKA on the morning of 8 Jan
List of departing flights from Tehran 8 January
The follow flights departed on the morning of 8 January from IKA Airport in Tehran. Tehran time is +3:30 UTC.
Departure Time (UTC)
PS752 flight path data over 3 months, November to January
The following images show the horizontal and vertical position of PS752 departures from November 2019 through 8 January 2020, displaying a total of 45 flights.
Horizontal positions of PS752 over 45 flights from November 2019 to January 2020.
Vertical positions of PS752 over 45 flights from November 2019 to January 2020.
Featured image ©️ jeremy denton
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