Parts of the bombed AN-225 are used for the successor - Photo: REUTERS
General Director of Antonov State Enterprise Yevgeny Gavrilov said that Ukraine has started construction of the second An-225
ANTONOV Airlines continues operating around the world.
One of their AN-124-100's was recently chartered to transport oversized and sensitive cargo for the aerospace industry.
The cargo weighing a total of 95 tonnes was safely delivered
Antonov Airlines working with Chapman Freeborn Germany has successfully completed three AN-124-100 flights to transport a new mobile gas power plant generator and associated equipment from Ljubljana, Slovenia, to Kano,
ANTONOV Airlines has stated that the Armed Forces of Ukraine have liberated the Kyiv-ANTONOV airport in Hostomel near Kyiv from Russian occupiers.
"As a result of the Russian attack and occupation
Ukrainian Antonov An-124 delivers emergency aid from the United Arab Emirates to Poland.
After Kuehne+Nagel announced its pledge to offer emergency aid to Ukraine worth 10 million Swiss francs in the
The world's largest aircraft, Antonov Airlines An-225 Mriya was destroyed by the Russian military earlier this week at the Antonov Airport in Hostomel, Ukraine.
The first photos of the destroyed aircraft
An-225 Mriya, the world’s largest aircraft, has been destroyed during a Russian attack on the Antonov Airport in Hostomel, Ukraine.
The destruction was confirmed by Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba.
Antonov Airlines is a world leader in moving space components by air and has completed up to three satellite-related cargo shipments each month for the last few months. Antonov Airlines
Air heavylift carrier, Antonov Airlines, has safely transported a 40-metric-tonne cargo, including control and battery rooms for power supply, for BOLLORE Transport Logistics.
The control unit measuring 13 m long, 3.96
Antonov Airlines has safely transported 40 tonnes of mining equipment from Vatry, France, to Comodoro Rivadavia, Argentina, to meet a strict deadline and ensure mining operations continued.
The oversized cargo sections,