Six-Engine Split-Screen!!! Antonov 225 HEAVY 600+ Tons Takeoff from Leipzig! [AirClips]

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The AirClips.com Team was granted exclusive access to the world's rarest cargo plane and, regarding most aspects, the world's largest commercial aircraft: the legendary sole Antonov 225 Mriya! Designed in the Soviet Union for carrying the Buran spaceship, this airplane is now owned and operated by Ukraine's Antonov Airlines. Watch our amazing footage and see how one super heavy piece of cargo was transported from Leipzig, Germany, to Edmonton, Canada, with two fuel stops in Keflyvik (Iceland) and Goose Bay (Canada).

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