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Picture of the Antonov An-225 Mriya aircraft

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More: Antonov An-225 Mriya
More: Ramenskoye (Zhukovsky) (UUBW)
More: Russia, August 17, 2001
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A visitor from United States posted Wed August 15, 2012:
Great photo but the controls make it look like the pilot and co-pilot do not have fully redundant systems. .....and the little fans are a quaint touch, ....A/C must be optional.

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A visitor from United States posted Sun November 21, 2010:
Because its the real cockpit of the worlds largest plane. It deserves *****<---- 5 stars.

A visitor from Australia posted Tue October 19, 2010:
The detail in this photo makes it outstanding.. one can imagine standing there looking into the cockpit.

A visitor from United States posted Fri September 10, 2010:
Very impressive cockpit...a bit dated in looks compared to the airbus, but what do looks matter in an aircraft of this size...would like to be behind the "wheel"?

A visitor from - posted Wed March 31, 2010:
So much switches and you have to remember them all

A visitor from - posted Mon January 18, 2010:
The cockpit has an outdated and utilitarian appearance. You'd have to be its mother to like it.

Good photograph. It seems to show more detail than the other photographs of the An-225 cockpit.

A visitor from South Africa posted Sun July 5, 2009:
Please remember that this aircraft requires 6-7 crew. Most instruments are even not visible in this picture.

A visitor from United States posted Sun June 7, 2009:
Truly an awesome airplane. my daughter works for continental airlines at bush airport. hope to be able to see this aircraft. my daughter is an avionic mechanic and has taken me in the 777 cocpit

A visitor from Argentina posted Sat May 2, 2009:
You can see, the controls are somehow old, you need a flight engineer and the autopilot seems to be inertial.

A visitor from Hong Kong posted Mon January 5, 2009:
What a beast! 6 engine throttle console

A visitor from Spain posted Sat December 27, 2008:
So beautiful, so simple

A visitor from Finland posted Thu October 2, 2008:
This photo shows the view seen by the pilots.not very digital technology.

A visitor from New Zealand posted Sat March 29, 2008:
A truely great shot of basics beating everthing around.you gotta be good to fly this thing.

A visitor from Iran, Islamic Republic Of posted Tue November 6, 2007:
Really surprising to me! Comparing to other cockpits it looks a little bit simple and this makes the picture interesting. Perhaps it means flying of this monster is not so complicated!

A visitor from Brazil posted Mon October 1, 2007:
Any photo of the An-225 should be considered as a unique picture of technological excellence. But in this photo, one suddenly arrives at the unsurpassed giant's brain: this is the reason why it's so outstanding!

A visitor from United Arab Emirates posted Sat February 24, 2007:
Just amazing

A visitor from Mexico posted Fri December 1, 2006:
The details of the antonov 225 cockpit are very clear, very nice picture of this beautiful monster of the air. congratulations

A visitor from Russian Federation posted Tue November 14, 2006:
Interestingly, the yokes are different

A visitor from United States posted Mon October 23, 2006:
What a craft! not a busy as many western cockpits. but where are the cupholders?

A visitor from United States posted Sat August 12, 2006:
Shows the complexity of flying such a "Monster".

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Thu June 29, 2006:
Clear sharp like to fly it

A visitor from Norway posted Sat February 25, 2006:
Just the enormes size of it all

A visitor from United States posted Tue January 10, 2006:
Nice photos

A visitor from Australia posted Wed October 19, 2005:
Absolutely beautiful, marvelous picture of an absolutely, marvelous aircraft.
I wish I could afford one of my own.

A visitor from Canada posted Sat October 15, 2005:
Very familiar with cockpits from dc3 to 747. I like the nosewheel steering lever,more sensible than a small wheel.but why differecnt control sticks for the two pilots? can you explain why for me?

A visitor from Finland posted Sat October 15, 2005:
General layout and all details in same picture

A visitor from Canada posted Sat October 15, 2005:
This is fantastic

A visitor from United States posted Fri August 26, 2005:
Photo is very sharp. I like the complete view of the instrument panels

A visitor from Australia posted Fri August 26, 2005:
I love this thing!!!

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