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Antonov An-225 Mriya (UR-82060)

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Leon Kay
Great photo of an amazing aircraft.
RAY LLOYD
Superb picture.
renato basso
6 stars
Ryan Kehler
It would be a real treat to see this one-of-a-kind aircraft in person!
Karl Leite
Amazing aircraft.
Linda Nitzschke
Glad I don't have to buy tires for that thing!
Cbro4
Nice shot, Nick!
ROBERT MILLS JR
Showing some of the pride and ingenuity of the Soviet Union.
They still hold the prize and respect for the biggest bird flying in the sky.
Got to love the inspiration and creativity of their Aeronautics Bureau.
Accolades to the Soviet Central Committee as well.
Speaking of a whole lot of tires, yes, love that too!
john hicks
Anyone remember this at KPSM ,
SAY 5YRS BACK ??
jet4ang
Amazing!
sarafinc
I see a lot of hydraulics...just the first thing that comes to mind...
A wow craft...
Lloyd Sharp
This is the love child of a C-5 Galaxy, and a
A380.
eurowalk
Pull up! Pull up! Its a drive in movie!!
ANGELO PUGLISI
I have been on this Aircraft in Houston (IAH)I worked for Continental Airlines as a technician was in school for 747 Avionics in IAH and we were on a parked Continental 747 going thru some avionics checks the An-225 was parked next to us and our instructors asked the flight Engineer if we could take a look. The aircraft was in Houston to pickup oil equipment for an oil company in Russia. The aircraft is massive and interesting we were on it for about an hour. I will always remember it got quite of a few photos. The Engineer asked the Instructor if it was possible to buy Engine oil Exon 2380 for the Aircraft, how many and he said how many can you sell me, called stores and asked how much we could sell them
and they said 100 cases and they agreed. The engineer said if they were back in IAH they buy more 2380. it was a very interesting DAY.
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Date Aircraft Origin Destination Departure Arrival Duration
13-Sep-2018 A225Guam Intl ()U-Tapao Int'l () 03:18AM ChST 06:52AM +07 6:33
11-Sep-2018 A225Daniel K Inouye Intl ()Guam Intl () 07:47AM HST 12:01PM ChST (+1) 8:14
10-Sep-2018 A225Metropolitan Oakland Intl ()Daniel K Inouye Intl () 07:10AM PDT 09:42AM HST 5:31
09-Sep-2018 A225Gostomel ()Metropolitan Oakland Intl () 02:06PM EEST 04:16PM PDT 12:09
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