Video: World’s largest aircraft makes latest stop in Dubai

An-225

The world’s largest aircraft, Antonov’s An-225 (Mriya) freighter, has made its latest landing, this time touching down at Dubai World Central.
The aircraft’s journey from the Czech Republic to Australia and back has been heavily publicised, with airports across the world announcing its arrival.
The aircraft is transporting a 117 ton generator and has so far visited airports Prague, Turkmenbashi, Hyderabad, Kuala Lumpur and Perth.
It stopped at DWC today for a technical stop on its return journey and will also can at Milan’s Leonardo da Vinci–Fiumicino airport to deliver a 25 ton rotor before heading home.

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