Ukraine-Russia War: World Largest Plane was destroyed by Russian Soldiers the images and videos are leaked online the Antonov An-225 Mriya plane has been completely damaged.
Russian announces earlier military action on Ukraine past few days war is going very worst situation in the sense many countries including Europe, the United States, United Kingdom are imposed sanctions on Russia.
The An-225 was destroyed in the Battle of Antonov Airport during the 2022 Russian invasion of Ukraine. On 4 March, footage on Russian state television Channel One showed the first clear ground images of the destroyed aircraft, with much of the front section missing.
Defence of Ukraine twitter page has shared the pictures with Ukrainian Military solders “Defense forces liberated Hostomel, Kyiv region, where the largest aircraft in the world Antonov An-225 Mriya was based [Mriya – Dream in Ukrainian]. russian invaders have destroyed Mriya, but 🇺🇦 dream is indistructible!”
🇺🇦Defense forces liberated Hostomel, Kyiv region, where the largest aircraft in the world Antonov An-225 Mriya was based [Mriya – Dream in Ukrainian]. russian invaders have destroyed Mriya, but 🇺🇦 dream is indistructible!
Photo credit by AP Photo / Vadim Ghirda pic.twitter.com/gog21lazRr
— Defence of Ukraine (@DefenceU) April 3, 2022
The Antonov An-225 Mriya (Ukrainian: Антонов Ан-225 Мрія, lit. ”dream’ or ‘inspiration”; NATO reporting name: Cossack) was a strategic airlift cargo aircraft designed in the 1980s by the Antonov Design Bureau in Soviet Ukraine.
Photos and Videos has released of Ukraine’s World Largest Plan Antonov An-225 Mriya was Destroyed by Russian Military forces.
Allegations that Antonov Airlines knew that an invasion was imminent for quite some time, but did nothing to prevent the loss of the aircraft surfaced on 19 March 2022 by Major Dmytro Antonov, the pilot of the An-225.
He accused the management of the company of not doing enough to prevent the destruction of the aircraft, after having being advised by NATO to move the aircraft to Leipzig, Germany, in advance.
The company had not made a decision when the invasion started, which resulted in the destruction of the first aircraft. As a result of the allegations, multiple Antonov staff have refuted his contentions.
On 1 April, drone footage of Hostomel Airport showed the destroyed Mriya, with the forward fuselage completely burned and destroyed, but with the wings partly intact