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Antonov An-225 Mriya (UR-82060)

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Tom Keliher
Best photo ever of this leviathan!
pp233ee
Walked through it at Oshkosh several years ago. Over 50% of the tires were showing cord so it was not a show plane. They brought over a aerobatic aircraft to fly in the air show. The crew was quite friendly and told us they were looking for hauling jobs anywhere..
ROBERT MILLS JR
What an awesome, art-full, work of genius.
Simply amazing, fantastic, beautiful, marvelous and gargantuan.
Hats off to the aeronautical and propulsion engineers!
marylou anderson
Are those BIRDS--geese(?) in the background?
nycslc1
This is a cool picture!!!!!
patrick baker
the world could use and easily employ several more examples of this magnificent flying machine. Hats off to the Ukranians...
Don Lynch
Great pic!
Bud Klasky
Love it
Jeffrey Magnet
Awesome!!!
Alan Hume
Look at the flexing in that wing ... so much weight! A real credit to the engineers who designed this goliath and made it fly!
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