An-225 Mriya, NATO: Cossack

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Updated November 2, 2008:

An-225 Mryia at Kiev, Ukraine, September 27, 2008 Tamas Martenyl photographed the AN-225 Mriya with a new blue stripe at Kiev, Ukraine on September 27, 2008.

Link to the Google Earth view of the An-225.

Link to the Google Maps view of the An-225.

The An-225 Mriya may be coming to an airport near you in the near future. Please let me know if you catch sight of Mriya.

Recent sightings:

Antonov An-225 Mriya at Stuttgart International Airport, December 24, 2003 TSgt David T. Long photographed the An-225 at Stuttgart International Airport on April 11, 2003.
Antonov An-225 Mriya at Stuttgart International Airport, December 24, 2003 TSgt David T. Long photographed the An-225 at Stuttgart International Airport on April 11, 2003.

Antonov An-225 Mriya at Basrah International Airport, September 2003 Jakub Dospiva photographed the An-225 at Basrah International Airport, Iraq in September, 2003.

September 14, 2003, John F. Kennedy Airport, New York

September 20, John F. Kennedy Airport, New York

September 25, Prestwick Airport Scotland UK

September 26, John F. Kennedy Airport, New York

Antonov An-225 Mriya at JFK, September 26, 2003 Stephen Rankel photographed its departure from JFK Airport at about 10:30 A.M. Eastern time on Friday, September 26.

October 2, Bush Intercontinental Airport, Houston, Texas

October 3, Shannon, Ireland

November 9, Cleveland, Ohio

November 15, John F. Kennedy Airport, New York

November 26, Bush Intercontinental Airport, Houston, Texas

December 1, Orlando, Florida

December 1, Bangor International Airport, Maine

December 10, Bush Intercontinental Airport, Houston, Texas

December 14, Bush Intercontinental Airport, Houston, Texas

December 16, Bush Intercontinental Airport, Houston, Texas

December 24, Bush Intercontinental Airport, Houston, Texas

Antonov An-225 Mriya at Bush Intercontinental Airport, December 24, 2003 Russ Cady photographed the An-225 at Bush Intercontinental Airport on December 24.

February 12, 2004, Ted Stevens International Airport, Anchorage, Alaska

February 15 morning, General Mitchell International Airport, Milwaukee, Wisconson

Antonov An-225 Mriya at General Mitchell Int'l Airport, Milwaukee, Wisconson on February 15, 2004 Amy Heritsch photographed the Antonov An-225 Mriya at General Mitchell Int'l Airport, Milwaukee, Wisconson on February 15, 2004.

February 15 afternoon, Honolulu, Hawaii.

February 17, General Mitchell International Airport, Milwaukee, Wisconson. Reported to be delivering high-speed rail cars.

February 19, departed Milwaukee, Wisconson.

Antonov An-225 Mriya at General Mitchell Int'l Airport, Milwaukee, Wisconson on February 19, 2004 Mike Singleton photographed the Antonov An-225 Mriya at General Mitchell Int'l Airport, Milwaukee, Wisconson on February 19, 2004.

February 20, just north of Sturup airport in southern Sweden heading ESE at 1140 GMT.

An-225 Mryia over Sweden on February 20 Hĺkan Rigbäck photographed the An-225 Mryia streaming six contrails over Sweden on February 20.

April 29, Bangor International Airport, Maine

April 29, McCarran International Airport, Las Vegas, Nevada

April 30, Bush Intercontinental Airport, Houston, Texas

An-225 Mryia at Houston on May 4 Jim Lanphear photographed the An-225 Mryia at Bush Intercontinental Airport on May 4.

May 23, London Stansted Airport

July 29, Koln/Bonn Airport near Cologne, Germany

December 10 - 12, Lester B. Pearson Int'l Airport (YYZ), Toronto, Ontario, Canada

January 12, 2005, Dubai International Airport, United Arab Emirates

January 16, Baghdad International Airport, Iraq

January 22, Dubai International Airport, United Arab Emirates

January 25, Baghdad International Airport, Iraq

Antonov An-225 Mriya at Baghdad International Airport on January 25, 2005 Tinus Tredoux photographed the An-225 Mriya at Baghdad International Airport on January 25, 2005. Skylink Mi-8 LZ-CDV was shot down with the loss of 11 lives on April 21.

February 1, Qandahar Airport, Afghanistan

Antonov An-225 Mriya at Qandahar Airport, Afghanistan on February 1, 2005 U.S. Army SSG John Levanger photographed the An-225 Mriya at Qandahar Airport, Afghanistan on February 1, 2005.

Antonov An-225 Mriya at Qandahar Airport, Afghanistan on February 1, 2005 U.S. Army SSG John Levanger photographed the An-225 Mriya at Qandahar Airport, Afghanistan on February 1, 2005.

Antonov An-225 Mriya at Qandahar Airport, Afghanistan on February 1, 2005 Marine GySGT Troy Mohler photographed the An-225 Mriya at Qandahar Airport, Afghanistan on February 1, 2005.

Antonov An-225 Mriya at Qandahar Airport, Afghanistan on February 1, 2005 Marine GySGT Troy Mohler photographed the An-225 Mriya at Qandahar Airport, Afghanistan on February 1, 2005.

Antonov An-225 Mriya at Qandahar Airport, Afghanistan on February 1, 2005 Robin Morgan photographed the An-225 Mriya at Qandahar Airport, Afghanistan on February 1, 2005.

October 3, Athens, Greece

October 5, Montreal International Mirabel, Quebec, Canada

October 5, Chennault International, Lake Charles, Louisiana

October 5, Bush Intercontinental Airport, Houston, Texas

Antonov An-225 Mriya at Bush Intercontinental Airport, Houston, Texas in October 2005 Rod Schwarzer photographed the Antonov An-225 Mriya at Bush Intercontinental Airport, Houston, Texas in October 2005.

Antonov An-225 Mriya at Bush Intercontinental Airport, Houston, Texas in October 2005 Rod Schwarzer photographed the Antonov An-225 Mriya at Bush Intercontinental Airport, Houston, Texas in October 2005.

October 15, Treton, Ontario, Canada. Departed with Disaster Assistance Response Team (DART) to Pakistan

October 15, Gander, Newfoundland, Canada

October 27, Eindhoven Airport, Netherlands, bound for Pakistan

Antonov An-225 Mriya at Eindhoven Airport in the Netherlands on October 28, 2005 Koen Gladines photographed the Antonov An-225 Mriya at Eindhoven Airport in the Netherlands on October 28, 2005.

November 30 to December 3, 2005, Nottingham East Midlands Airport, Great Britain, picking up Christmas gifts to be delivered to Ukrainian orphans.

Antonov An-225 Mriya at Nottingham East Midlands Airport, UK on November 30, 2005 Steve Marriot photographed the An-225 at Nottingham East Midlands Airport, UK.

July 7, 2006, Newark, New Jersey

September 27, 2006, Schoenefeld Airport, Berlin

September 28, 2006, Prague, Czech Republic

October 1, 2006, Manchester, UK, picking up a mobile stage, a trailer full of other staging components, lights, and public address equipment to be delivered to Nigeria. It shipped 140,000 kilos to Lagos for the 46th anniversary celebrations of Nigeria's independence on 7-8 October. Performers included, Beyonce, Snoop Dog, Jay-Z, Missy Elliott and Buster Rhymes.

October 12, 2006, Nottingham East Midlands Airport, UK.

Antonov An-225 Mriya at Nottingham East Midlands Airport, UK on October 11, 2005 Steve Marriot photographed the An-225 at the Nottingham East Midlands Airport.

October 13, 2006, Kiev, Ukraine.

October 27, 2006, Raleigh-Durham Airport, North Carolina.

October 30, 2006, Dar es Salaam,Tanzania, Eastern Africa.

October 31, 2006, Cairo, Egypt.

March 16 - 17, 2007, Vatry int' Airport, France. Arrived from Gostomel Airport, Kiev, Ukraine. Departed to Cairo, Egypt.

June 20, 2007, Memphis, Tennessee.

June 21, 2007, Bangor, Maine.

June 22, 2007, Prestwick, U.K.

June 26, 2007, Tripoli International Airport, Libyan Arab Jamahiriya.

June 26, 2007, Memphis, Tennessee.

June 27, 2007, Bangor, Maine.

July 3, 2007, Tripoli International Airport, Libyan Arab Jamahiriya.

July 3, 2007, Memphis, Tennessee.

July 4, 2007, Bangor, Maine.

July 6, 2007, Tripoli International Airport, Libyan Arab Jamahiriya.

July 7, 2007, Memphis, Tennessee.

July 9, 2007, Bangor, Maine.

August 28, 2007, Chateauroux Airport (CHR), France

August 29, 2007, Lajes Field Azores

August 29, 2007, Le Lamentin (TFFF) Fort-de-France, Martinique island (Caraiba - French Region), delivering electrical generators for the Hurricane Dean relief effort.

August 30, 2007, Rickenbacker International Airport, Columbus, Ohio (KLCK)

Antonov An-225 Mriya at Rickenbacker International Airport, Columbus, Ohio, August 30, 2007 Jack Amburgey photographed the Antonov An-225 Mriya at Rickenbacker International Airport in Columbus, Ohio on August 30, 2007.

August 31, 2007, Boeing Field, Seattle, Washington (KBFI)

October 12, 2007, Mobile, Alabama

November 3, 2007, Prestwick, Glasgow, United Kingdom

November 4, 2007, Greer, Greenville-Spartanburg Airport, South Carolina picking up engines from General Electric.

November 5, 2007, East Midlands, United Kingdom

Antonov An-225 Mriya at Skydstrup military airbase, Denmark, November 2007 An-225 Mriya at Skydstrup military airbase, Denmark in November 2007. Photo courtesy: Paul Steckmetz

November 20, Edmonton International, Alberta, Canada

November 21, Bush Intercontinental Airport, Houston, Texas

Antonov An-225 Mriya at Houston, November 21, 2007 An-225 Mriya at Houston on November 21, 2007 Photo courtesy Jeanette Fritsche.

December 2, 2007, Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) transporting payload of French helicopter, Super Puma for Langkawi International Maritime & Aerospace Exhibition (LIMA 2007)

December 13, 2007: Skrydstrup Air Base, Denmark. It picked up a 65 ton truck for the Canadian Forces.

December 14, 2007: Geilenkirchen, Germany

December 19, 2007, Prestwick, Glasgow, United Kingdom

December 26, 2007, Amsterdam International Airport Schiphol, Netherlands from Kiev, Ukraine

January 19, 2008, AN-225 Mriya arrived at Budapest International Airport from Kiev, Ukraine.

Antonov An-225 Mriya at Budapest, January 19, 2008 AN-225 Mriya at Budapest International Airport on January 19, 2008. Photo Courtesy Tamás Martényi.

January 24, 2008, AN-225 Mriya arrived at Skrydstrup Air Base.

February 2, AN-225 Mriya arrived at Tel Aviv.

February 7, AN-225 Mriya arrived at Geilenkirchen, Germany.

May 12: Trenton, Ontario, Canadian Forces Base

May 16: Paris Orly-Charles de Gaulle Airport bound for Tripoli, Libya

July 6: Schiphol Airport, Amsterdam, Netherlands, departure delayed by landing gear problems.

July 12: Korea

July 14: Eindhoven Airport, Netherlands

An-225 Mryia at Eindhoven, July 14, 2008 Herman Rovers photographed the An-225 on approach to Eindhoven on July 14.

I would like to hear from anybody who sights the Mriya. Send a message to Brian. If you do report a sighting, please say what airplane you are reporting.


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Designed specifically to carry oversized cargo externally, the fuselage of the An-225 Mriya has been stretched fifty feet compared to the An-124. An entirely new wing root was designed to add fifty feet to the span of the smaller giant. The wing of the An-225, from just outward of the inboard engine, is similar to the wing of the An-124.

The 290 foot wingspan of the An-225 is exceeded only by the 320 foot wing of Howard Hughes giant flying boat, popularly known as the Spruce Goose. The wing area of the Spruce Goose of 11,430 square feet remains unchallenged as the greatest of any airplane ever built.

The main landing gear of the An-225 has seven pairs of wheels on each side. Twenty of its thirty-two wheels are steerable; the two pairs of nose gear and the rear four pairs of main gear on each side.

The only An-225 to fly to date debuted at Kiev in November 1988. It is the largest airplane ever flown more than once. It was intended to support the Soviet Buran Space Shuttle program. After the collapse of the Soviet Space Shuttle program, the primary function of the An-225 was to attend airshows in the role of the largest airplane in the world. The Ukrainian word Mriya translates roughly as Dream in English.

The Ukrainian An-225 returned to flight in the spring of 2001 at the Hostomel Airport near Kiev, Ukraine. The Ukrainian Motor-Sych company contributed to the $20,000,000 that was needed for Antonov to get the Mryia back into the air. Antonov displayed the An-225 at the air show in Le Bourget, near Paris in June. It is now available for commercial operations. If enough demand develops for its unique oversize cargo carrying abilities, it is likely that the second prototype of the An-225 will be completed. It is possible that Antonov will undertake series production of the type.

Link to a BBC article with photos of the return to flight of the An-225.

Cologne, Germany, August 2003

Oliver Rudolph photographed the Mriya on a rainy day at the Cologne Airport in August 2003. He reports that it is transporting materiel to Kabul, Afghanistan.

An-225 Mryia at the Cologne Airport in August 2003

An-225 Mryia at the Cologne Airport in August 2003

An-225 Mryia at the Cologne Airport in August 2003

le Bourget, Paris, France, June 1989

An-225 Mryia and Burran at the Paris Airshow on June 18, 1989 The first appearance in the West of the An-225 Mriya, CCCP-82060, was at the June, 1989 Paris Airshow at le Bourget Aerodrome with the Soviet Space Shuttle Buran mounted on its back.

An-225 Mryia and Burran at the Paris Airshow on June 18, 1989

An-225 Mryia and Burran at the Paris Airshow on June 18, 1989 The nose visor of the An-225 Mriya is essentially the same as that of the An-124 Ruslan. The nose gear is in the fully extended position and the ramp is retracted.

An-225 Mryia and Burran at the Paris Airshow on June 18, 1989 Twin vertical stabilizers were mounted on the ends of the horizontal stabilizer to get them out of the turbulence behind the externally mounted Buran.

An-225 Mryia and Burran at the Paris Airshow on June 18, 1989

An-225 Mryia and Burran at the Paris Airshow on June 18, 1989 The An-225 dwarfs the Mil-17M (Nato: Hip-H) below its wing.

An-225 Mryia and Burran at the Paris Airshow on June 18, 1989 The nose gear has been folded up to the kneeling position and the ramp is extended..

An-225 Mryia and Burran at the Paris Airshow on June 18, 1989

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Zhukovsky, Russia, September 1993

Antonov An-225 Mriya at Zhukovsky, September 3, 1993 The An-225 was a featured performer at the MosAeroShow at Zhukovsky, outside Moscow, in September 1993.

Antonov An-225 Mriya at Zhukovsky, September 1, 1993 The An-225 Mriya sits on static display at Zhukovsky on September 1, 1993. It now carries the Ukrainian flag on its tail and is registered UR-82060.

Antonov An-225 Mriya at Zhukovsky, September 1, 1993

Antonov An-225 Mriya at Zhukovsky, September 1, 1993

Antonov An-225 Mriya at Zhukovsky, September 3, 1993 An An-32P (protivopozharny) modified for fire fighting is used to provide scale for the An-225.

Antonov An-225 Mriya at Zhukovsky, September 3, 1993

Antonov An-225 Mriya at Zhukovsky, September 3, 1993

Antonov An-225 Mriya at Zhukovsky, September 3, 1993

Antonov An-225 Mriya at Zhukovsky, September 3, 1993 The main landing gear of the An-225 is composed of seven two-wheel bogies on each side of the fuselage. The four bogies at the rear (to the left in this picture) are steerable.

Antonov An-225 Mriya at Zhukovsky, September 3, 1993 The rear loading doors have been deleted from the design of the An-225 Mriya.

Antonov An-225 Mriya at Zhukovsky, September 3, 1993

Antonov An-225 Mriya at Zhukovsky, September 3, 1993 The twin nose gear bogies of the An-225 Mriya rise from the runway very early in the take-off roll.

Antonov An-225 Mriya at Zhukovsky, September 3, 1993 On a humid day, the low pressure over the wing of the An-225 Mriya creates a cloud that rides the top of the wing.

Antonov An-225 Mriya at Zhukovsky, September 3, 1993

Antonov An-225 Mriya at Zhukovsky, September 3, 1993 This photo appeared in the May 2001 issue of Aviation History Magazine.

Antonov An-225 Mriya at Zhukovsky, September 3, 1993

Antonov An-225 Mriya at Zhukovsky, September 3, 1993

Antonov An-225 Mriya at Zhukovsky, September 3, 1993

Antonov An-225 Mriya at Zhukovsky, September 3, 1993

Antonov An-225 Mriya at Zhukovsky, September 5, 1993 Take-off.

Antonov An-225 Mriya at Zhukovsky, September 5, 1993 Four MiG-25RU Foxbats, a Su-27 and Su-30 of the Test Pilots Team, and some Su-24 Fencers can be seen beyond the An-225 Mriya as it takes off.

Antonov An-225 Mriya at Zhukovsky, September 5, 1993

Antonov An-225 Mriya at Zhukovsky, September 5, 1993

Antonov An-225 Mriya at Zhukovsky, September 5, 1993

Antonov An-225 Mriya at Zhukovsky, September 5, 1993

Antonov An-225 Mriya at Zhukovsky, September 5, 1993 The fuselage of the An-225 Mriya has been stretched fifty feet compared to the An-124.

Antonov An-225 Mriya at Zhukovsky, September 5, 1993

Antonov An-225 Mriya at Zhukovsky, September 5, 1993

Antonov An-225 Mriya at Zhukovsky, September 5, 1993

Antonov An-225 Mriya at Zhukovsky, September 5, 1993

Antonov An-225 Mriya at Zhukovsky, September 5, 1993

Antonov An-225 Mriya at Zhukovsky, September 5, 1993

Antonov An-225 Mriya at Zhukovsky, September 5, 1993

Antonov An-225 Mriya at Zhukovsky, September 5, 1993

Antonov An-225 Mriya at Zhukovsky, September 5, 1993

Antonov An-225 Mriya at Zhukovsky, September 5, 1993

Antonov An-225 Mriya at Zhukovsky, September 5, 1993

Antonov An-225 Mriya at Zhukovsky, September 5, 1993 An-225 taxis along the runway after landing. The cascade thrust reversers are still deployed.

Antonov An-225 Mriya at Zhukovsky, September 5, 1993 The thrust reversers have been retracted.

Antonov An-225 Mriya at Zhukovsky, September 5, 1993

Antonov An-225 Mriya at Zhukovsky, September 5, 1993

Antonov An-225 Mriya at Zhukovsky, September 5, 1993

Antonov An-225 Mriya at Zhukovsky, September 5, 1993 UR-82060 catches the afternoon sun after the end of the September 5, 1993 Moscow Airshow at Zhukovsky. It disappeared from public view for the next eight years.

Model of An-225 with HoTOL at Champlin Fighter Museum in December 1994 This model of a proposal to launch the unmanned British HoTOL (Horizontal Take-Off and Landing) from the An-225 was photographed on display at the Champlin Fighter Museum at Falcon Airport near Mesa, Arizona in December 1994.


Links:

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Link to Antonov Airlines web site.

Link to Antonov Airlines An-225 page.

Anton says, "It ain't heavy..." Air Foyle is a member of the European Heavy-Lift Group.

Giant Jet Airplanes

  First Flight Wing Span Length Wing Area Gross Weight Engines
Airbus A380

2005

261ft,10in

239ft,06in

9,100

1,235,000

4 x 84,000 lb RR Trent 900 or Engine Alliance GP-7200
Boeing 777-300ER

2003

212ft,07in

242ft,04in

4,700

775,000

2 x 115,300 lb GE90-115B
Airbus A340-600

2001

208ft,02in

247ft,01in

4,729

811,300

4 x 56,000 lb RR Trent 556
Boeing 777-200

1994

209ft,01in

199ft,11in

4,605

545,000

2 x 74,000 lb PW4074, GE90-75B, or RR Trent 875
Airbus A330-300

1992

197ft,10in

208ft,10in

3,892

507,000

2 x 51,590 lb GE CF6-80E, PW4000, or RR Trent 700
Boeing 747-400 Jumbo Jet

1988

211ft,05in

231ft,10in

5,650

833,000

4 x 45,000 PW4062 or GE CF6-80C2B1F
Antonov An-225 Mriya

1988

290ft,00in

275ft,07in

10,280

1,300,000

6 x 51,590 lb DT-18T
Antonov An-124 Ruslan

1984

240ft,00in

227ft,00in

6,760

890,000

4 x 51,590 lb DT-18T
Tupolev 160 Blackjack 1981 182ft, 09in 177ft, 06in 3,660 606,000 4 x 50,900 lb NK-321
Lockheed C-5A Galaxy

1968

222ft,08in

247ft,10in

6,200

769,000

4 x 50,000 lb GE TF-39
Boeing 747-100 Jumbo Jet

1968

195ft,08in

231ft,04in

5,500

850,000

4 x 50,000 lb P&W JT9D
Antonov An-22 Antheus

1965

211ft,04in

189ft,07in

3,713

550,000

4 x 15,000 shp Kuznetsov NK-12MV
North American XB-70A Valkyrie

1964

105ft,00in

189ft,00in

6,297

530,000

6 x 33,000,lb J-93
Boeing B-52 Stratofortress

1952

185ft,00in

157ft,07in

4,000

450,000

8 x 8,000 lb J-57
Convair YB-60

1952

206ft,05in

175ft,02in

5,239

410,000

8 x 8,000 lb J-57


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