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An Sukhoi Design Bureau Sukhoi Superjet 100-95, registration 97005 performing test flight 97007 from Keflavik to Keflavik (Iceland) with 5 crew on board, was performing cross wind landing tests on Keflavik's runway 11, when the aircraft landed on its belly at 05:26L (05:26Z) with all gear up and slid off the runway. One crew member received injuries and needed to be taken to hospital, the aircraft received substantial damage.
Authorities in Iceland do not rule out a technical problem or human error as cause of the accident. Iceland's RNF have opened an investigation into the accident.
Sukhoi reported the aircraft was conducting test flights to evaluate the CAT IIIa automatic landing system on one engine in strong crosswinds. 3 flight crew and 2 certification engineers were on board. One of the certification engineers received a leg injury during evacuation.
Originally posted by Wrabbit2000
So the question... Is that sensation/vibration felt in the cabin just something not felt in the more solid and enclosed flight area?