Video: World's largest cargo aircraft to land Oakland, California


Oakland - The An-225, the largest aircraft in the world, made one of its longest flights ever on September 9th, from Kiev, Ukraine to Oakland, California.

After 6,100 miles and 13 hours flight, the monster transporter appeared over the bay area giving a spectacular scenery while approaching the Oakland International Airport in the late afternoon on September 9th.

Yesterday, on September 10, the An-225 Mriya took off from Oakland and arrived in Hawaii after a five and half hour flight. Today It will take off from Daniel K. Inouye International Airport for its final destination in Guam.

The aircraft carries supply materials to Guam as Typhoon Mangkhut caused damage on the Mariana Islands.



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