Revealed: the Largest plane eats train and Helicopters

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    The Antonov An-225 Mriya (Ukrainian: Антонов Ан-225 Мрія (dream or inspiration), NATO reporting name: "Cossack") is a strategic airlift cargo aircraft that was designed by the Antonov Design Bureau in the Ukrainian SSR within the Soviet Union during the 1980s. It is powered by six turbofan engines and is the longest and heaviest airplane ever built, with a maximum takeoff weight of 640 tonnes (710 short tons). It also has the largest wingspan of any aircraft in operational service. The single example built has the Ukrainian civil registration UR-82060. A second airframe with a slightly different configurationwas partially built. Its construction was halted in 1994because of lack of funding and interest, but revived briefly in 2009, bringing it to 60%-70% completion.On 30 August 2016, Antonov agreed to complete the second airframe for Aerospace Industry Corporation of China (not to be confused with the Aviation Industry Corporation of China) as a prelude to AICC commencing series production.
    The Antonov An-225, initially developed for the task of transporting the Buran spaceplane, was an enlargement of the successful Antonov An-124. The first and only An-225 was completed in 1988. After successfully fulfilling its Soviet military missions, it was mothballed for eight years. It was then refurbished and re-introduced, and is in commercial operation with Antonov Airlines carrying oversized payloads.The airlifter holds the absolute world records for an airlifted single-item payload of 189,980 kilograms (418,830 pounds), and an airlifted total payload of 253,820 kg (559,580 lb). It has also transported a payload of 247,000 kg (545,000 lb) on a commercial flight.
    The Antonov An-225 was designed to airlift the Energia rocket's boosters and the Buran orbiter for the Soviet space program. It was developed as a replacement for the Myasishchev VM-T. The An-225's original mission and objectives are almost identical to that of the United States' Shuttle Carrier Aircraft.[10][11]
    The An-225 first flew on 21 December 1988 with a 74-minute flight from Kiev. The aircraft was on static display at the Paris Air Show in 1989 and it flew during the public days at the Farnborough air show in 1990. Two aircraft were ordered, but only one An-225 (registration CCCP-82060 later UR-82060[12]) was finished. It can carry ultra-heavy and oversize freight, up to 250,000 kg (550,000 lb) internally,[10] or 200,000 kg (440,000 lb) on the upper fuselage. Cargo on the upper fuselage can be 70 m (230 ft) long.[13]
    A second An-225 was partially built during the late 1980s for the Soviet space program. Following the collapse of the Soviet Union in 1991 and the cancellation of the Buran space program, the lone operational An-225 was placed in storage in 1994. The six Ivchenko-Progress engines were removed for use on An-124s, and the second uncompleted An-225 airframe was also stored. When it became clear that a cargoliner bigger than the An-124 was needed, the first An-225 was re-engined and put back into service.
    An-225 at Farnborough in 1990
    By 2000, the need for additional An-225 capacity had become apparent, so the decision was made in September 2006 to complete the second An-225. The second airframe was scheduled for completion around 2008,[16] then delayed. By August 2009, the aircraft had not been completed and work had been abandoned. In May 2011, the Antonov CEO is reported to have said that the completion of a second An-225 Mriya transport aircraft with a carrying capacity of 250 tons requires at least $300 million, but if the financing is provided, its completion could be achieved in three years.[18] According to different sources, the second aircraft is 60-70% complete
    In April 2013, the Russian government announced plans to revive Soviet-era air launch projects that would use a purpose-built modification to the An-225 as a midair launchpad.[
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Comments • 38

  • Lukasz_111
    Lukasz_111 19 days ago +1

    OMG. Only train was transported by An-225, rest is about AN-124 with 4 engins and single fin. You can even read that on his side, so it is preety bad video.

  • TankBuilder06
    TankBuilder06 21 day ago

    What do flaps do

  • Ramadhan Gerry Akbar
    Ramadhan Gerry Akbar Month ago +2

    In Soviet Russia, plane eats train and copter

  • John Roundtree
    John Roundtree Month ago

    ERROR: The plane taking off at the beginning was a antonov AN-124 (4 engine) the rest of video was AN-225 (All color scheme wrong). FYI: Well done video!

    • Cherry
      Cherry 12 days ago

      Or maybe a 747-8

  • Films worlds
    Films worlds Month ago +1

    It's Russia

  • Desert Crusader
    Desert Crusader Month ago

    Didn't know that the an 225 brought the Delhi metro.

  • Ronan Rogers
    Ronan Rogers Month ago +2

    Great Soviet engineering!

  • raymond wood
    raymond wood 3 months ago

    IF I was 25 again I would apply for a helpers job aboard your GREAT GIANT OF A PLANE its a GREAT SIGHT TACKING OFF & LANDING

  • Yards Ofsnot
    Yards Ofsnot 3 months ago

    The An-225 is straight out of a Sci-fi comic book. Even has built in gantries!! Just Epic.

    • AROWAY Plays
      AROWAY Plays 21 day ago

      it might have been built in ukraine but it was designed and used by the soviet union

    • Yards Ofsnot
      Yards Ofsnot 21 day ago

      @AROWAY Plays try Ukraine.

    • AROWAY Plays
      AROWAY Plays 22 days ago

      dude its literally russian look it up

      ICEGEMER 22 days ago

      @AROWAY Plays proof ?

    • AROWAY Plays
      AROWAY Plays Month ago

      @dahoism idk if thats a joke but its russian

  • Ali Kaya
    Ali Kaya 3 months ago +2


  • Franco Barone
    Franco Barone 4 months ago +1

    How many metric tonnes weights a carriage train like that?

    MOSLEM GAMING 5 months ago +1

    Antonov's Breakfast:
    Antonov's Lunch:
    Antonov's Dinner:
    Ur Mom

  • Timothy Santos
    Timothy Santos 6 months ago +2


  • Memes 101
    Memes 101 8 months ago +4

    Imagine if the pilots were still inside

  • JEFF 987 o-o
    JEFF 987 o-o 8 months ago +5

    I am an aviation expert and I found this video entertaining. Great job!

  • james bradford
    james bradford Year ago +3

    Trains are heavier than planes

    • Psywriter
      Psywriter 10 months ago

      He means locomotive. But pause at 0:18... can you still say that the tiny locomotive is heavier?

      I know trains are built to be heavy and planes are built to be light, but with a size difference of that much the plane is clearly heavier. Also, large planes can have up to 55+ tonnes of fuel in them, which is roughly half of a 140 tonne Diesel Locomotive, which is larger then the Locomotive present in the first 20 seconds of video.

  • jetpack
    jetpack Year ago

    stupid china will copy again

  • Brenda Proffitt
    Brenda Proffitt Year ago +5

    Your welcome..

  • Brenda Proffitt
    Brenda Proffitt Year ago +3

    WOW dam very cool one powerful plane awesome JOB..Thank you so much for everything that you do..

  • Carl
    Carl Year ago +1

    Go back to the 1900's and tell them a Plane will be made so big it can carry a Train with ease. Also tell them about Nuclear Bombs and you will be a God.

    • Dev Jaiswal
      Dev Jaiswal 6 months ago

      @Military Update its really intersting .i hope leaving a bjp out dreams come trur

    • Gaurav Kumar Chaudhary
      Gaurav Kumar Chaudhary 6 months ago

      The wright brothers at that time would be amazed to know that something like this will be there in future,a very very big plane, although he won't like that soviets built it

    • Military Update
      Military Update  Year ago +1

      what ?