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Picture of the Antonov An-225 Mriya aircraft

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Aircraft Taken at
More: Antonov Design Bureau
More: Antonov An-225 Mriya
More: Kiev - Gostomel (Antonov) (UKKM)
More: Ukraine, June 9, 2006
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UR-82060 (cn 19530503763) Aviasvit-XXI Airshow
More: Dmitriy Pichugin
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A visitor from - posted Thu March 28, 2013:
Great shot!!Love the way how the wingspan is almost equal to the length of the diagonal of this photograph...awesome angle and an even more awesome aircraft!!
Karthik M

A visitor from Sweden posted Wed March 6, 2013:
Pretty much a perfect shot. 5 stars.

A visitor from France posted Mon July 30, 2012:
All turbofans, even the newest, smoke when the weather is wet and stormy. And the D-18T stays particularly efficient for its age and power.

A visitor from Australia posted Sun February 5, 2012:
Retro-fit the An225 witha couple of GE90's and then see how it performs. Smoke equals innefficiency.

A visitor from - posted Sat December 10, 2011:
Simply awesome view for a human eye. Notice the smoke coming out of its engines at extreme positions at either sides. Wish I could see this aircraft fly over my house as others

A visitor from Nicaragua posted Sat October 2, 2010:
Airplane of high construction and class, congratulations. Francisco MOrales, Nic. Central America

A visitor from - posted Tue May 4, 2010:
The lumbering giant!

A visitor from United States posted Mon February 22, 2010:
Just about the only airplane that can call the A380 'small fry'. Great shot, hard to believe this thing can fly

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Mon May 18, 2009:
Man what a huge aircraft?

A visitor from - posted Thu October 23, 2008:
This Photograph Shows Clearly the full wingspan of the AN-225, Its really difficult to capture every such detail in the frame but HEre ITs really .
BUt Great WOrk

A visitor from Sweden posted Wed October 22, 2008:
Very well photo ;d

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Sun June 8, 2008:
Fantastic angle, just perfect!!!

A visitor from United States posted Thu April 10, 2008:
This is the best in air photo I have seen

A visitor from United States posted Sat February 9, 2008:
I can feel the power! Beautiful!

A visitor from Brazil posted Sat September 15, 2007:
For human eyes almost unbelievable to see this giant climbing up in the skies. One of the very best shots ever, from this great & unique aircraft. Congratulations for the perfect angle! WFS

A visitor from Belgium posted Fri July 6, 2007:
This...is fantastic.

A visitor from France posted Wed April 18, 2007:
Nice pics !
JNRC

A visitor from Brazil posted Sun March 4, 2007:
It almost doesn't fit in the picture. Is it really doing a curve or you have just turned the camera to fit the wings in? ;)
This is the biggest airplane in the world, even bigger than the A380, and only one of these had ever been completely built (and is still flying).
By the way, nice photo. Very rare sight indeed.

A visitor from Brazil posted Thu December 28, 2006:
Fantastic... a wonderful monster... I hope one day I can get a trip in there...

A visitor from Russian Federation posted Mon July 31, 2006:
It's a Dream, not a machine)))

A visitor from Denmark posted Sat July 1, 2006:
I wish i could feel the power and noise

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Sat July 1, 2006:
Now this is a big Aeroplane certainly dwarfs the a380. Excellent shot.

A visitor from China posted Sat July 1, 2006:
That is a big bird.

A visitor from United States posted Sat July 1, 2006:
Wow that big.

A visitor from Australia posted Fri June 30, 2006:
What an amazing aircraft. Well done!

A visitor from United States posted Fri June 30, 2006:
What about the black smoke???

A visitor from United States posted Fri June 30, 2006:
Simply my favorite aircraft. Thanks for this great picture

A visitor from Singapore posted Fri June 30, 2006:
Excellent composition. Nicely timed. The great big bird is giving a great pose. Really gives you a feel of the awesome power and size of this bird.

A visitor from United States posted Fri June 30, 2006:
Awesome picture of a cool aircraft! You see a lot of ground shots of this aircraft, wonderful to see a great airborne shot!

A visitor from Mexico posted Fri June 30, 2006:
It looks like this real heavy is easy to fly. T.B.

A visitor from United States posted Fri June 30, 2006:
Amazing, this giant is one of the greatest aircraft ever built, what smokey engines!

A visitor from United States posted Fri June 30, 2006:
Wow. Big plane.

A visitor from United States posted Thu June 29, 2006:
OH MY GOODNESS! I actually fell off of my chair when I saw this shot....500 stars! Awesome job Dmitriy...keep brining us these kinds of shots!! :)
Cheers,
-Omar S.

A visitor from Ukraine posted Thu June 29, 2006:
Thanks Dima, as always! We are all waiting for your photos of the joined by-pass of An-225, An-70 and 2 An-148s.

A visitor from Greece posted Thu June 29, 2006:
Looks like engines 1 and 6 are powering this heavy one.

A visitor from Germany posted Thu June 29, 2006:
It is always beautiful to see this giant flying through the skies, especially, when the picture has such a great angle! Really cool.

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