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Picture of the Antonov An-225 Mriya aircraft

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More: Antonov Design Bureau
More: Antonov An-225 Mriya
More: Katowice - Pyrzowice (KTW / EPKT)
More: Poland, March 5, 2005
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UR-82060 (cn 19530503763) Mriya at Katowice Airport- Flight deck
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A visitor from United Kingdom posted Tue June 5, 2012:
I wouldn't have thought, they gonna use a portable GPS system on a biggest airplane.

A visitor from United States posted Sun October 5, 2008:
How come, no air conditioned, that is chip

A visitor from United States posted Sun October 29, 2006:
Very old school cockpit, but very nice

A visitor from United States posted Thu December 15, 2005:
I have seen many cockpit interior photos - this is the best! jim a., engineer, photographer.

A visitor from United States posted Thu October 27, 2005:
Unbelievable shot of the huge aircraft's flight deck. Hard to believe that we fly Cessna's with the same "heads up Garmin 195 / 296 displays, (for ref only!)."

A visitor from Australia posted Sun September 18, 2005:
Very nice photo of the whole cockpit, which isnt seen too often.

A visitor from Uruguay posted Fri September 9, 2005:
I like the air conditioner system LOL

A visitor from United States posted Sun August 21, 2005:
The photograph is clear and encompasses the entire flight instrument panel; except for the circuit breaker panel which is probably overhead. There is a glare reflection in the top right hand center that slightly obscures the instrument; making it very hard to tell what it is. Overall a great shot.

A visitor from Sweden posted Fri August 19, 2005:
It is the Antonov 225. What a fantastic piece of machinery. And look at the details. Such an old aircraft, but still the one that impresses the most.

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