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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: Glasgow - Prestwick (PIK / EGPK)
More: UK - Scotland, June 28, 2007
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UR-82060 (cn 19530503763) Departing Prestwick from a wet Runway 13 at 7pm, this aircraft always brings out the Photographers no matter the weather as you can see here.
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A visitor from - posted Tue December 20, 2011:
What a nice plane!

A visitor from - posted Fri June 10, 2011:
Oh, yeah! Made in USSR :) Nice shot

A visitor from Canada posted Tue April 5, 2011:
And they say the A380 is big.....

A visitor from - posted Sat December 11, 2010:
Great

A visitor from Singapore posted Tue July 13, 2010:
Good pic

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Mon June 21, 2010:
To the UK (and New Zealand) poster:
Well, in fact, An-225 is not "Ukrainian" or "Russian" - it's "Soviet" ;)
Registration at present time isn't canceals that it was "Made in USSR".

A visitor from India posted Thu April 29, 2010:
Awesome picture

A visitor from Portugal posted Sun April 18, 2010:
The sheer size of this monster airplane, hello! 380, where are you??

A visitor from Belgium posted Sun February 21, 2010:
Monstrous cruelly!!!!!!!!LANDING GEAR.

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Fri November 13, 2009:
Beautiful Shot, thank you! To the New Zealand poster - The 225 is Ukrainian, not Russian; see the two Ukrainian flags and Ukrainian registration on the aircraft. Also it was built during the cold war. It first flew in December 1988. It was designed to carry the Soviet Buran Orbiter.

A visitor from Suriname posted Fri June 5, 2009:
I think that the Antonov AN-225 Mriya still is the Undisputed King of the Skies and always will be! WOWWW. That is amazing!!!!!!!

A visitor from New Zealand posted Tue January 20, 2009:
This huge aircraft showed the progresss of Russian aviation after the thawing of the "cold" war and is always an eye-popper as it manouvers around an airfield

A visitor from - posted Sun November 2, 2008:
OMG! I never knew what I am missing!! I would do anything to get this close to this beast at rotation.

A visitor from Malaysia posted Sat July 26, 2008:
Nice...

A visitor from Cyprus posted Tue June 3, 2008:
I wish I were their :(

A visitor from Russian Federation posted Fri November 30, 2007:
Fantastic!!!Very nce shot!

A visitor from Russian Federation posted Fri November 23, 2007:
Fantastic!!!Very good shot!

A visitor from Bahrain posted Mon August 27, 2007:
Wow,thats a huge bird out there

A visitor from Spain posted Mon August 20, 2007:
Nice shot of this monster!

A visitor from Germany posted Thu August 16, 2007:
Nice shot of this monster!

A visitor from Germany posted Thu August 16, 2007:
Nice shot of this monster!

A visitor from Finland posted Wed August 15, 2007:
A very exciting angle to photograph this beast's rotation.

A visitor from South Africa posted Wed August 15, 2007:
Just look at those Bogeys,half of the gear is airborne and the other half still on Mother Earth. Excellent shot of a magnificent aircraft, well done.

A visitor from United States posted Wed August 15, 2007:
Like the detail of all the wheels on the landing gear at touchdown!!

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Wed August 15, 2007:
Amazing photo, shows how big this badass jumbo really is!

A visitor from United States posted Wed August 15, 2007:
Amazing photo of this monstrous beast ! Great details,beautiful soft pm light.Congrat's Fred,on this 5-star.

A visitor from Mexico posted Wed August 15, 2007:
A very good place for plane-spottin´. T.B.

A visitor from Argentina posted Wed August 15, 2007:
Nice water effect awesome plane:)really a monster

A visitor from - posted Wed August 15, 2007:
Excellent shot! The spray really adds!

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