Aviation Photo #1174794: Antonov An-70 - Antonov Design Bureau


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  • Oleg V. Belyakov - AirTeamImages
    Antonov Design Bureau
    Antonov An-70
    Antonov An-70
    Antonov An-70
    Antonov
    770102
    UR-NTK
    Kiev - Gostomel (Antonov)
    Ukraine
    June 9, 2006
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#1174794
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February 14, 2007
Caption
Aviasvit-XXI airshow: a flying day's evening of the Antonov family homebase - looks like rent a car...go plane; all the doors are friendly opened and the ladders invite to step aboard - just come in and try ;)
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Comments (36)

Anonymous
9 years ago
Cool Blades !
Anonymous
9 years ago
The friendly giants.
Anonymous
9 years ago
Three rare planes in a same place!
Anonymous
9 years ago
Well done everything.
Anonymous
9 years ago
OMG! That's the whole Antonov heavy line-up!! The An-124, An-225 and An-70! I wish I could have been there...
Anonymous
9 years ago
Aircraft of this type is usually not seen anywhere else and more than one aircraft is in the picture.
Anonymous
8 years ago
Awesome plane!!!
Anonymous
8 years ago
Nice plane but those are some ugly looking props
Anonymous
8 years ago
Butterfly props
Anonymous
8 years ago
AWESOME,3 Planes at once!
Anonymous
8 years ago
Great composition!
to a visitor below me: there're FOUR planes at once - the fourth is in the air!
Anonymous
8 years ago
Nice flowers... I mean, props!
Anonymous
8 years ago
The coolest turbocontraprops I´ve ever seen. T.B.
Anonymous
7 years ago
Thats just great , very different
Anonymous
7 years ago
The best Antonov has to offer are all in this picture. Up close, the ultramodern An-70 designed to replace the An-12; just behind it the super massive An-225, the world's largest aircraft operational with unmatched carrying ability; in the rear the An-225's predecessor, the An-124 with 2nd only to An-225 load carrying capability.
Anonymous
7 years ago
Is very beautifull
Anonymous
7 years ago
Dont want to think how much that combined lift capacity is!!
Anonymous
7 years ago
The props look like flowers
Anonymous
7 years ago
Excellent Photo!
Anonymous
7 years ago
Photo perfect!!
Anonymous
7 years ago
When you consider what contra rotating props can achieve with over wing pressures.. its amazing that nobody is interested in advancing the idea of engine tilt technology in this area.
Anonymous
6 years ago
3 umbelivable machines ! I like to see these 3 trucks in the air simultaneously !
Anonymous
6 years ago
Three beautiful beasts seen together, the 124, the 225 and the 70
Anonymous
6 years ago
Great planes
Anonymous
6 years ago
Those props look like flowers. Really nice.
Anonymous
6 years ago
Did someome notice the an225 right and left aileron are both in the down position...weird
Anonymous
5 years ago
Something wonderful to see... I would like know how old they are.... Do you know?...
Anonymous
5 years ago
Those props looks like these flowers you bought on a amusement park when you were a children thats spins in the wind.
Anonymous
5 years ago
Excelent picture. Bravo Antonov!. I keep wandering why there are so few of these. FedEx and many more would be potential buyers...
Anonymous
5 years ago
Heavy !!! ;)
Anonymous
5 years ago
This is spectacular.....sooo breath taking that i cant ctch my bbbrrreeeaaattthhh!!!!!!!!!!1
Anonymous
5 years ago
The picture itself is a one of a kind, rare birds.
Anonymous
5 years ago
I hope the props don't attract bees and butterflies! Nice one
Anonymous
4 years ago
How do they feather these huge props
Anonymous
3 years ago
Love the UDF engines
Anonymous
3 years ago
Family of Giants.. Great combination.. 5 stars to the photographer and these air crafts!!