18 Oct 2015 admin In G+ Posts

Comments: 29

  1. Antonov

  2. Vladimir Frank 18 Oct 2015 Reply


  3. seriously? wow )

    btw, was sitting in the cockpit of this exact plane in late 80ies as I was about 7 years old )

  4. John Rambo 18 Oct 2015 Reply

    The tail design is just bizarre and genius. It's like having two rudders on a large passenger plane.

  5. Josef Kočí 18 Oct 2015 Reply

    Wow excelentní AN 225 Mrija 👍👍👍

  6. Aditya Singh 18 Oct 2015 Reply

    Huge aircraft … might have taken amazing hydraulic landing gears to touch down with that Myra

  7. +Aditya Singh My grandpa was engineering the gears for Mrya )) That's why I was present on the first presentation, what i've wrote before )))

  8. andry fajar 18 Oct 2015 Reply

    Remember Buran space shuttle

  9. David Reiss 18 Oct 2015 Reply

    That thing leaves enough rubber on the landing strip to make a Goodyear commercial!

  10. Syed Taha Zayd 18 Oct 2015 Reply

    That baby's cargo deck was enough for the wright brothers first flight!!!

  11. John Rambo 18 Oct 2015 Reply

    +Syed Taha Zayd I think the same can be said for the C5A-Galaxy if I'm not mistaken. Regardless it's incredible.

  12. Antonov 225

  13. Eugene Evans 18 Oct 2015 Reply

    Awesome Russian cargo plane. We had one land here in Reno Nevada. Back in the 80's.it was awesome

  14. Mikhail Garber 19 Oct 2015 Reply

    Twin rudders design was for carrying Soviet shuttle, Buran

  15. Syed Taha Zayd 19 Oct 2015 Reply

    +John Rambo Yes that can also be said

  16. Syed Taha Zayd 19 Oct 2015 Reply

    That plane defies all the laws of gravity!!!! What's the take-off speed??? In knots

  17. John Rambo 19 Oct 2015 Reply

    +Syed Taha Zayd I would say about 150 knots give or take? I'm not 100 percent sure but that would be my guess.

  18. Uriska Nel 19 Oct 2015 Reply


  19. Syed Taha Zayd 19 Oct 2015 Reply

    +John Rambo But in a simulator I checked today it was 170??

  20. Stéphane Marais 19 Oct 2015 Reply

    +John Rambo the tail was specially designed so the plane could carry the Russian space shuttle. the special tail has been created to avoid the air turbulence caused by the shuttle settled on the back of the plane.

    very impressive plane and amazing to see it land and take off.

  21. Yikes. I know i need a haircut, but i mean really…

  22. Erick Martiniano 19 Oct 2015 Reply

    Antonov AN-225 – Avião russo!! O maior cargueiro e maior avião do mundo!!

  23. Vismay Soni 19 Oct 2015 Reply

    A heavy load lifter

  24. Gary Woz 19 Oct 2015 Reply

    That's just too cool

  25. Louis Smith 19 Oct 2015 Reply


  26. Willie Jones 23 Oct 2015 Reply

    Just a little too close for me, thank very much! 🙂

  27. Freeman1302 25 Oct 2015 Reply

    Antonov 225

  28. Linwood Ruffin 26 Oct 2015 Reply


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