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| A visitor from China posted Mon January 28, 2013:|
Love the UDF engines
| A visitor from - posted Wed October 19, 2011:|
How do they feather these huge props
| A visitor from - posted Tue April 5, 2011:|
I hope the props don't attract bees and butterflies! Nice one
| A visitor from Mexico posted Wed March 30, 2011:|
The picture itself is a one of a kind, rare birds.
| A visitor from - posted Wed February 2, 2011:|
This is spectacular.....sooo breath taking that i cant ctch my bbbrrreeeaaattthhh!!!!!!!!!!1
| A visitor from - posted Tue February 1, 2011:|
Heavy !!! ;)
| A visitor from Venezuela posted Fri January 14, 2011:|
Excelent picture. Bravo Antonov!. I keep wandering why there are so few of these. FedEx and many more would be potential buyers...
| A visitor from Sweden posted Wed December 22, 2010:|
Those props looks like these flowers you bought on a amusement park when you were a children thats spins in the wind.
| A visitor from - posted Thu September 23, 2010:|
Something wonderful to see... I would like know how old they are.... Do you know?...
| A visitor from Romania posted Wed July 7, 2010:|
Did someome notice the an225 right and left aileron are both in the down position...weird
| A visitor from Jamaica posted Tue June 1, 2010:|
Those props look like flowers. Really nice.
| A visitor from United Kingdom posted Fri May 28, 2010:|
| A visitor from Germany posted Sat January 30, 2010:|
Three beautiful beasts seen together, the 124, the 225 and the 70
| A visitor from France posted Sun October 18, 2009:|
3 umbelivable machines ! I like to see these 3 trucks in the air simultaneously !
| A visitor from Ireland posted Thu July 2, 2009:|
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.
| A visitor from Spain posted Mon June 15, 2009:|
| A visitor from Serbia And Montenegro posted Mon February 9, 2009:|
| A visitor from - posted Sat December 27, 2008:|
The props look like flowers
| A visitor from India posted Sat November 22, 2008:|
Dont want to think how much that combined lift capacity is!!
| A visitor from Argentina posted Fri October 3, 2008:|
Is very beautifull
| A visitor from United States posted Mon September 22, 2008:|
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.
| A visitor from Brazil posted Sat August 30, 2008:|
Thats just great , very different
| A visitor from Mexico posted Thu July 31, 2008:|
The coolest turbocontraprops I´ve ever seen. T.B.
| A visitor from Brazil posted Thu June 19, 2008:|
Nice flowers... I mean, props!
| A visitor from United Kingdom posted Sat June 7, 2008:|
to a visitor below me: there're FOUR planes at once - the fourth is in the air!
| A visitor from - posted Sat June 7, 2008:|
AWESOME,3 Planes at once!
| A visitor from Australia posted Wed April 16, 2008:|
| A visitor from United States posted Wed March 19, 2008:|
Nice plane but those are some ugly looking props
| A visitor from United States posted Sun December 2, 2007:|
| A visitor from United States posted Mon August 6, 2007:|
Aircraft of this type is usually not seen anywhere else and more than one aircraft is in the picture.
| A visitor from Germany posted Thu February 15, 2007:|
OMG! That's the whole Antonov heavy line-up!! The An-124, An-225 and An-70! I wish I could have been there...
| A visitor from Russian Federation posted Thu February 15, 2007:|
Well done everything.
| A visitor from Hong Kong posted Thu February 15, 2007:|
Three rare planes in a same place!
| A visitor from Spain posted Thu February 15, 2007:|
The friendly giants.
| A visitor from Brazil posted Wed February 14, 2007:|
Cool Blades !