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| A visitor from Sweden posted Thu October 22, 2015:|
5 stars because it is so unusual. And I love how that An-140 would almost fit inside the wing root of the 225.
| A visitor from CANADA posted Mon July 14, 2014:|
That's a C-5 Galaxy
| A visitor from - posted Tue April 29, 2014:|
It seems that it will never fly again. Ukraine has no money to make it flyable.
| A visitor from - posted Wed December 18, 2013:|
Has it a programmed launching date?
| A visitor from United States posted Wed April 10, 2013:|
Most spectacular aircraft to ever fly. saw it at IAH a few times. hope number two will be flying soon.thanks for the photo.
| A visitor from - posted Fri September 14, 2012:|
Is this one even being worked on? it does not appear so. more like storage.
| A visitor from Mexico posted Fri September 14, 2012:|
Is it already finished? T.B.
| A visitor from France posted Sat July 28, 2012:|
| A visitor from Sweden posted Thu December 8, 2011:|
5 stars for the uniqueness of this shot. Man, that is one thick wing root.
| A visitor from Ireland posted Sun October 30, 2011:|
Lovely photo.Would love to see this beast fly but have my doubts it ever will.
| A visitor from Ukraine posted Thu September 1, 2011:|
Very interesting. I am Antonov Co designer.
| A visitor from - posted Fri March 4, 2011:|
I'd like to buy one if possible ...
| A visitor from Brazil posted Sat December 18, 2010:|
Tunderbird #2 .... ;-D > 5*
| A visitor from United States posted Fri October 29, 2010:|
Incredible shot. will they ever finish building it?
| A visitor from Australia posted Sat April 25, 2009:|
Great i love these planes bring them over the aust !!!!
| A visitor from - posted Sun November 16, 2008:|
I am waiting for this one to be finished soon and wish to see both of them fly together... love mriya
| A visitor from Poland posted Mon September 8, 2008:|
To see more An-225 crossing the skies... This photo allows me to believe that, it can be true...
| A visitor from Mexico posted Tue August 19, 2008:|
A fine piece of engineering. Hope to see it in person someday.
| A visitor from United States posted Mon July 14, 2008:|
This is a rare and fascinating glimpse of an uncompleted and unusual airframe, one which hopefully will fly someday.
| A visitor from United Kingdom posted Sat July 12, 2008:|
I love this plane, its great to seeanother being built! Bring it over to the airshows in the UK!!!
| A visitor from United Kingdom posted Mon July 7, 2008:|
Have seen the built one today at Schiphol Airport, mighty looking airplane. A real beauty to look at, You'd have to admire those Soviet mentallity of big bigger and even bigger then biggest!
| A visitor from Netherlands posted Fri December 28, 2007:|
Still an interesting shot! Great eye for detail, Large- small
| A visitor from United States posted Mon November 26, 2007:|
Its a shame to see this one sitting half built... there are so many uses for it... some tycoon or private venture needs to pick this up where it was left off...
| A visitor from Ukraine posted Wed September 27, 2006:|
It is an interesting contrast man (small) - An-140 (medium) - An 225 (giant)
| A visitor from Ukraine posted Wed September 20, 2006:|
| A visitor from Sweden posted Thu June 15, 2006:|
I aint getting in no plane BA
| A visitor from Portugal posted Fri November 18, 2005:|
I'ts very sad to see that giant waiting for someone to remender him...
| A visitor from Germany posted Fri November 18, 2005:|
Amazing sight, it looks like from another world to me. Alone the wing root is as big as the Prop parked next to it, hopefully it will fly one day!
| A visitor from France posted Sun August 21, 2005:|
Very rarefull shot about an Air legend still not finish more than 10 year after the construction begin