Antonov An-225 "Mria"
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遠藤蘭丸, e-mail, 17.09.2023 10:12

空爆で丸焼けになっちまったよな


Samuel, e-mail, 11.05.2023 00:56

Es una pena que los Ucranianos hayan sido tan descuidados y dejar que los Rusos lo destruyan


Kalman Burg, e-mail, 07.05.2012 12:13

Years ago I have seen it in Tripolis, Libya, parked beside some Boeing 747 Cargo. Made them looking small.


hans2603, e-mail, 14.06.2011 14:47

wenn dieses flugzeug fliegt , gehen alle vgel zu fu....


Kevin Morrow, e-mail, 17.04.2011 15:28

That is the worlds biggest heaviest transport aircraft....


Ken Ernst, e-mail, 06.03.2011 18:37

WOW, What a aplane. I was fortunate enought to get on it in Neark Airport when it was there for Chwrnobyl Reief Effort many years ago. The thing that amazed me was the technology looked very out dated in the the cabin. No modern electronics just lots of tube units. Very 50ish. But the size of the plane was bind blowing and what a landing gear!


ForTheReord, 28.12.2010 15:11

I would love to see 6 GE-90's on this plane [used on the long range Boeing 777]. That would be over 700K lbs of thrust instead of less than 400K.


Brian Rueger, e-mail, 22.12.2010 04:43

Can you just imagine what it cost to fill the fuel tanks!


SYED EJAZ H.SHAH, e-mail, 11.12.2010 16:55

This air craft is too large and heavy , which show the ability of human beings.


Royg, e-mail, 08.12.2010 23:42

Now this is an airplane!!!


Sgt.KAR98, 26.05.2010 02:42

This plane made a visit to Brazil last year.It landed on Cumbica Int Airport bringing something for Petrobras.It dragged major attention there.Wish I could have saw it.


Ta-183, 15.05.2010 17:00

An-225s rock:biggest plane in the World, can carry spacecraft, and was featured in the movie 2012.


RICK ESSIEN, e-mail, 14.05.2010 03:17

My knowlege about the existence of this wonderful machine was on 05-05-2010 thro a documentary on DISCOVERY CHANNEL ON DSTV.It came as both sadness and joy cos as i was baffled about this WONDERFUL MACHINE, the death of my president was announced.I have no adjectives to qualify the engineers they are really great men .


AбдУлP, e-mail, 05.12.2009 08:09

this is same plane used in movie 2012


Robero Dimande, e-mail, 19.11.2009 14:08

Its amazing and wonderfull.There will be no adjectives to qualify how could Russian Engeneers turn their Dreams(MRIA
),in to reality building AN 225...This plane,it is up to n
ow an impossible Plane to Build all over the world.My las
t wish is to fly on in it,and all so shake the hands of th
e designers one by one...they are extraterrestrial people
...Robrto Dimande-Maputo/Mozambique.


wasabi, e-mail, 11.09.2009 21:37

it exise only one of this
second is not completed


matthew, 15.09.2008 05:58

ive been in one ov these there realy cool to take off in really loud sumtyms


bill, e-mail, 22.05.2008 15:10

This aircraft came to the US as part of the Chernobyl relief effort. While it was in Hartford CT (circa 1991) I was able to walk around on it and under it, snapped a few photos and traded Rubles for dollars with the crew. I watch it take off, truly an awesome sight. A lot of C-5s fly around due to local AF base, however this baby really is noticeably larger. I was within 500 yards when she rotated and gracefully climbed out of Hartford Ct.


Reg, e-mail, 08.05.2008 17:03

NASA uses the A-225 to transport the shuttle when the 747 is down. Price for the transport -- $1 million.


Andrey, e-mail, 12.01.2008 13:39

I used to work on the construction of this plane in Ukraine, Kiev. Here are coordinates of the plane on Google Earth: 5035'17.52"N, 3012'24.23"E Good luck! The second plane is still under slow going construction due to limited financing in the Antonov hangar. Here is the link to Design Bureau site: http://www.antonov.com/products/air/transport/AN-225/index.xml


StagBeetle, e-mail, 10.01.2008 01:23

I was a baby when the An-225 came to Chile. I can't remember nothing about it, but my father told me that was enormous. I want to see it directly!
Soviet powa!


Jorge Etchemendy ( from Argent, e-mail, 19.10.2007 00:31

Is a Beast...

It is a wonderful machine...


Eagle, e-mail, 20.07.2007 21:04

I think the completed serve in russia in central russian airspace administration. As you know it was originally build for transporting Buran later Mria. The second one is posibly in antonov hangar in eastern russia, somewhere in siberia. But find more on net.


Sgt.kar98, 14.06.2007 01:46

I heard that are only 2 of this plane.
One wasnt completed and one is flying.Anyone know where the uncompleted is and where the completed one normally is?


eugene, e-mail, 24.11.2006 21:35

The Antonov had to built more sach aircraft.




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