Mriya, the largest aircraft ever been made in the world, has recently flown back and carrying the goods delivery mission across three continents. The landing of the largest iron bird in the Prague airport, instantly attract the attention of many people. Many people come to Prague, to witness Mriya against gravity when will land at the Vaclav Havel airport, Czech Republic.
|An-225 'Mriya,' the world's biggest aircraft. (Picture from: http://adf.ly/1aHXrr)|
On Tuesday, May 10, 2016, the plane landed back in Prague and were greeted by the airport authorities to load the giant aircraft's belly with a generator weighing 130 tonnes to be delivered to Australia.
|Left side view of An-225 'Mriya,' transporter aircraft. (Picture from: http://adf.ly/1aHXrr)|
When taking off, the monster plane has to fight to lift the body weighing over 640 tonnes, which is even more than double the weight of the Statue of Liberty. If the goods are usually put in the cargo through the bottom of the fuselage, and Mriya only stayed to open its nose was directly connected with the cargo cabin.
|Cockpit view of An-225 'Mriya,' transporter aircraft. (Picture from: http://adf.ly/1aHYYT)|
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