Aviation Photo #0529293: Antonov An-225 Mriya - Antonov Design Bureau


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  • Dmitry Avdeev
    Antonov Design Bureau
    Antonov An-225 Mriya
    Antonov An-225 Mriya
    Antonov An-225 Mriya
    Antonov
    19530503763
    UR-82060
    Newburgh - Stewart International (AFB)
    New York
    USA
    November 9, 2003
  • 415

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#0529293
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Accepted
March 10, 2004
Caption
Picturing the world's largest air cargo cabin (43m long).
Width
1200px
Height
900px

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Comments (28)

Anonymous
11 years ago
It gives a very good visual realization of how big the An-225 Cabin is.
Anonymous
11 years ago
I like the clarity of the photo and the perspective of size is good.
Anonymous
11 years ago
It is big
Anonymous
10 years ago
It's just awesome
Anonymous
10 years ago
Massive
Anonymous
10 years ago
Thankyou for your comments
Anonymous
10 years ago
The best
Anonymous
10 years ago
Shows the emense interior
Anonymous
10 years ago
It isn't big, it isn't large, it's HUGE
Anonymous
9 years ago
Good look
Anonymous
9 years ago
Rare picture - excellent!
Anonymous
9 years ago
Goood job russia
Anonymous
9 years ago
The photo is well illuminated and by placing peopple at the rear it offers a good idea of the size of the cargo cabin.
Anonymous
9 years ago
If we can do things as awesome as this why can we not ever seem able to find world peace before no world is left for the Antonov to fly over?
Anonymous
8 years ago
It is a splendid view of a big monster. RPD
Anonymous
8 years ago
Humongous!! also, I must say it's very sad that no antonov visits dhaka! else i would do whatever it takes to get such a cool shot..thanks a lot Dmitry!
Anonymous
8 years ago
I seen one of these planes today fly over me and my wife near east midlands airport today (SEPT 14 2008) awesome.
Anonymous
8 years ago
I've Loaded from C-130's to C-5's to B747 side loads, but this thing is Huge!!!
Anonymous
7 years ago
Great no more comment needs
Anonymous
7 years ago
I liked the angle, the distance is great, you feel the size, not just take it for granted. I like the way the floor is almost level with the lens, and you are in awe of the vastness of the upr ceiling of the structure. The people in the background give it good depth.
Anonymous
7 years ago
Sharp photo, excellent detail
Anonymous
7 years ago
God picture
Anonymous
7 years ago
Thats it, areaaly well detailed photo
Anonymous
7 years ago
I see spare tires so this must be the trunk? :)
Anonymous
7 years ago
I can believ KSWF is big enough!!! wish it stopped in kbos
Anonymous
6 years ago
The picture of this Dynosaurus is unbelievable, showing all details clearly. Clothing on the insde is like in cars and forklifttruck belongs to the aircraft?
Anonymous
5 years ago
Guys weldone this is wonderful ,you inspire me a lot ,I wish one of the days to have a ride or work in your plants ,thank you for this vision.
Anonymous
4 years ago
Size,engineering.