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Canada Confiscates Stranded Antonov An-124

Canada has officially confiscated an Antonov An-124-100 aircraft and wants to use the money from its sale to help rebuild Ukraine.

12/26/1982: Maiden Flight of the Antonov An-124

On this day in 1982, the Russian four-engined strategic airlift aircraft developed by the Antonov design bureau in the Ukrainian SSR took to the skies for the first time.

Antonov AN-124 Found Damaged at Hostomel Airport (+VIDEO)

Video footage has surfaced showing an Antonov AN-124-100-150M damaged at Hostomel Airport (GML) amid the Russian invasion of Ukraine

Volga-Dnepr Requests Retrieval of Seized An-124 from Canada

Volga-Dnepr Airlines has officially approached the Government of Canada to discuss the return of a seized Antonov AN-124.

6/23/1994: First Flight of the Antonov AN-38

The idea of a stretched version of the Antonov AN-28 emerged from a 1989 sales visit to India.

Airbus, Boeing to Help Build Second Antonov An-225?

Is there a possibility a second Antonov An-225 is in the works with the help of the global aviation industry?

Antonov Airlines Renames Aircraft after Ukrainian Cities

These are the aircraft Antonov Airlines (ADB) renamed after Ukrainian cities that were casualties of the Russian invasion.

Is Antonov Airlines Moving to Germany?

Mega carrier Antonov Airlines (ADB) is working towards securing a new base in Leipzig, Germany.

A Look back at the Antonov AN-225: Ukraine’s Finest

In the 1980s, Ukrainian manufacturer Antonov Design Bureau was tasked with producing an aircraft that could carry the Russian space shuttle.

A Brief History of the Quadjet

Rediscover the four-engined commercial airliners that revolutionized the air travel industry.

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