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Aeroflot Flight SSSR-65856 () was the designation of the scheduled flight of a two-engined Tupolev Tu-134 which departed Tallinn Airport in Estonia, at 10:38Â am on 3 May 1985, for ChiÅŸinÄƒu in Moldova, making a stopover at Lviv, Ukraine. While descending to Lviv in overcast weather, it collided at 12:13 with a Soviet Air Force Antonov An-26 (callsign SSSR-26492, ) which had just taken off from Lviv.
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