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Picture of the Antonov An-148-100B aircraft

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More: Rossiya - Russian Airlines
More: Antonov An-148-100B
More: Moscow - Sheremetyevo (SVO / UUEE)
More: Russia, December 21, 2009
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RA-61701 (cn 27015040001) Looking fantastic! Fully new Russian-built aircraft (developed by Ukraine and Russia together) - today is a star of Pulkovo and Sheremetyevo airports. First commercial flight of Rossiya Airlines on this plane - historical moment and very important day of me - I was on a board and took first photos!
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A visitor from Canada posted Fri February 4, 2011:
A great shot of a cockpit and the pilots of this beautiful plane with all systems running! Hope to be able to sit in it someday.

"Which plane did the Russians try to copy this time (A320)"
You must be blind, other than the fact that they are twinjets, they have as much in common as with a Boieng 747.

A visitor from - posted Sat September 4, 2010:
The plane - an Ukrainian, and aircraft engineering school - Russian. Anyway, both of them are pleasant to me.

Though.., it is necessary to notice that it is generally made in Russia (in Voronezh) and on 70 % consists of the Russian accessories and details.

A visitor from - posted Mon April 5, 2010:
Nice aircraft! Congratulations again Antonov it's nice and not expensive plane, by the way it's more Russian than Ukranian yes, it's a joint but Russia have a bigger part of the cake

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Sat January 2, 2010:
Nice photo. I'd like very much to fly an-148 some day.
Remark to "Fully new Ukraine built aircraft" - this plane and the first AN-148 in Rossiya's fleet were made in Voronezh aircraft plant, thus, it is not fully Ukraine built.

A visitor from United States posted Sat January 2, 2010:
A great photograph taken under difficult lighting conditions. Wonderful exposure and detail. It almost makes you feel you are there in the cockpit looking over their shoulders. Not to mention .. how often does one get to see the cockpit of a Russian airliner. I thank you Mr. Belenkov.

A visitor from India posted Thu December 31, 2009:
@ visitor from US who said
"Which plane did the Russians try to copy this time (A320)"

the only similarity with a320 is probably the fact that both are twin jets :P:P

A visitor from - posted Wed December 30, 2009:
Thanks a lot!

A visitor from Ukraine posted Wed December 30, 2009:
"Fully new Ukraine built aircraft" - not exactly. An-148 is designed in Ukraine and produced both in Kiev (Ukraine) and Voronezh (Russia). This one is built in Voronezh, though it contains many parts made in Ukraine (as well as Ukrainian-built aircrafts contain some parts produced in Russia).

A visitor from Australia posted Wed December 30, 2009:
Good detail, good lighting, nice atmosphere

A visitor from - posted Wed December 30, 2009:
Great! It seems to be one of the best Ukrainian aircrafts!

A visitor from United States posted Wed December 30, 2009:
Looks like a Bae145 with 2 engines or a Dornier 328Jet on steroids. Either way, a nice update to a proven design.

A visitor from United States posted Tue December 29, 2009:
Which plane did the Russians try to copy this time (A320)

A visitor from United States posted Tue December 29, 2009:
Great to finally see a shot of a modern Russian cockpit. 5*

A visitor from Finland posted Tue December 29, 2009:
Congratulations Antonov!

A visitor from - posted Tue December 29, 2009:
Actually, it's the second airline that uses An-148, the first one is Aerosvit.

A visitor from - posted Tue December 29, 2009:
Amazing! Hope to see this bird in Canada soon!

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Tue December 29, 2009:
Looks cozy and modern. Hope to see this bird flying in Europe some day...

A visitor from Croatia posted Tue December 29, 2009:
This is great! It looks so modern and warm! Congratulations to Antonov´s design bureau.

A visitor from Poland posted Tue December 29, 2009:
Flight deck looks fantastic!

A visitor from - posted Mon December 28, 2009:
So glad this beautiful aircraft made its first flight in airline service!

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