Alexander Yablontsev- Pilot of Sukhoi Superjet 100

Alexander Yablontsev- Pilot of Sukhoi Superjet 100
Alexander Yablontsev

Yablontsev was born pilot Warsaw, Poland, on April 3, 1955. He has flown 221 types of aircraft and pocketed more than 14 thousand hours of flying. History of education, he graduated from the Higher Military Pilot School, Armavir, in 1976. In 1985, Yablontsev graduated from the Soviet Air Force Test Pilot School in Akhtubinsk. Still in the same year, he graduated from the Moscow Aviation Institute.

In 1989, Yablontsev completed a series of education in the Soviet Air Force Test Pilot School. Yablontsev also recorded the team attended training at the cosmonaut alias shuttle flight in March 1989-April 1991. For seven years, 1989-1996, he joined the cosmonaut corps. Only, he had never flown into space. In 1997, Yablontsev retired from military service with the rank of Lieutenant Colonel of the Russian Air Force. Since 1998, he was the pilot for-Airline Transaero. Dilakoninya job until 1999. Later he worked as a pilot in-Airline Transaero Airline and Transevropskiye Aviliniy. Furthermore, as Yablontsev join Sukhoi test pilot commercial aircraft.

Alexander Yablontsev, Sukhoi Superjet 100 pilot who crashed in the area of ​​Mount Salak on Wednesday, May 9, 2012 and was the first time flying in Indonesia. Even so, the country's leader Alexander Scientists Inventors  known as a senior pilot who has been crisscrossing the carrying various types of aircraft. Pilot and copilot Yablontsev Kochetkov Aleksandr make flight preparation and flight Between (preparation for) each for 30 and 35 minutes. Preparation was done in a short flight around Halim Perdanakusuma Airport, East Jakarta. In addition to a good track record, Alekzandr also tested because it brings before arriving in Indonesia Sukhoi first traveled from Russia to Kazakhstan, Pakistan, and Myanmar.

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  1. geoh777 says:

    A good test pilot may not be the same as a good transport pilot who has been trained and accustomed comply with proper procedures to avoid a collision with the earth, and has developed a sixth sense for the same through experience.

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