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| A visitor from United States posted Fri April 17, 2015:|
I wonder how many readers have realized how extremely rare this plane is. Just count the engines. First, there was an An-8. And then there was an An-10. And only then came the ubiquitous An-12.
| A visitor from - posted Sat September 13, 2014:|
Great to see this flying
| A visitor from United Kingdom posted Sun June 15, 2014:|
SUPER! Made in Soviet Union! :)
| A visitor from Australia posted Mon January 14, 2013:|
It's good to see an old workhorse still kicking
| A visitor from United Kingdom posted Sat January 7, 2012:|
Wow!!! What a beauty! I'm addicted to those Russian birds!
| A visitor from Canada posted Thu December 9, 2010:|
I had no idea where this registration came from. I looked up and learned that S9 was the prefix for aircraft registered in Sao Tomé & Principe.
To the visitor from UK: Don't forget this photograph was taken 4 years ago. 4 years of flying in Africa as a freighter can take its toll.
| A visitor from United Kingdom posted Thu December 9, 2010:|
Shame, looks very well maintained and treated, i'd buy it to make it my home! Just buy a plot at BHD or BFS and it would be my dreamhouse!