The helicopter smashed amid a show flight at an airshow in Russia’s Ryazan district.
One pilot passed on when the Mil Mi-28N assault helicopter (NATO reporting name Havoc) he was guiding smashed amid an exhibit flight at an airshow in Russia, the Defense Ministry affirmed Sunday.
As per the Defense Ministry, the reason behind the accident was a hydraulic system disappointment. Taking after the accident, all Mi-28 flights were suspended.
“By the choice of Commander-in-Chief of the Russian Air Force Lieutenant General V.N. Bondarev, Mi-28 helicopter flights are incidentally suspended,” the ministry said in an announcement.
The accident occurred at the Aviadarts competition, which is a part of the International Army Games currently in Russia. The competition was stopped after the accident.