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Kid in the Cockpit 

Aeroflot flight 593, a routine flight, veers out of control and crashes in Russia in 1994, after the Captain lets his son sit in the flight deck.

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Jim Donovan
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Cast

Episode credited cast:
Stephen Bogaert ... Narrator (as Stephen Boegart)
Genadijs Dolganovs ... Yaroslav Kudrinsky - Captain
Philipp Leibovski Philipp Leibovski ... Eldar Kudrinsky
Nicu Branzea ... Vladimir Makarov
Michelle Adams ... Yana Kudrinskaya
Leo Vernik Leo Vernik ... Igor Piskarev
Vladimir Radian Vladimir Radian ... Vladimir Biryukov
Romas Stanulis ... Co-pilot
Howard Jerome Howard Jerome ... Ivan Mashkivsky
Leanna Brodie Leanna Brodie ... Victoria Kudrinskaya
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Jonathan Aris ... Himself / Narrator
Vladimir Biriukov Vladimir Biriukov ... Himself
Barrie Deaville Barrie Deaville ... Himself
Joyce Deaville Joyce Deaville ... Herself
Valery Dudkin Valery Dudkin ... Himself
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Aeroflot flight 593, a routine flight, veers out of control and crashes in Russia in 1994, after the Captain lets his son sit in the flight deck.

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TV-14
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Country:

Canada

Language:

English

Release Date:

2005 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color
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frightening, unbelievable
1 September 2007 | by existentializerSee all my reviews

Hollywood doesn't have writers good enough to come up with a scenario like the Aeroflot 593 disaster, nor could they convince the audience such horror could visit innocent people--but this is a true story, one far stranger than fiction.

I have learned from this series that "planes never crash due to one single cause--there are always two or more causes of any plan crash." The terrifying story of Aeroflot 593 demonstrates how little things can add up to big trouble, especially when a fifteen year-old is seated in the captain's chair.

There is a sliver lining here: you will learn a whole lot about how to fly an Airbus A310 if you watch this episode. Might come in handy; watching this series has frightened me into believing I am doomed to die a horrifying death while desperately sucking the last wisps of pure, calming oxygen from the yellow cup of my oxygen mask, strapped tighter than a snare drum to my violently vibrating seat, white knuckled and frozen in agonizingly tense anticipation of the aircraft finally slamming into a mountainside...or the surface of the ocean...or a suburban neighborhood, mercifully ending this plummeting nightmare and reducing me to a height that no orthopedic insert can improve. But I digress.

Scary, freaky, informative and well re-created (in the absence of a sexual alternative) this is probably as good a way to squander 45 minutes of your remaining life on Earth as I can think of. Good stuff!


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