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Antonov An-22 Schedule, 29 November-6 December

Antonov An-22 Schedule, 29 November-6 December

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The Antonov An-22 doesn’t fly all that often, but when it does, the world’s largest turboprop definitely makes its presence known. The An-22’s eight contra-rotating propellers produce an unmistakable sound as the aircraft passes overhead. Over the next week, the An-22 will make its way from Ukraine to Cuba and back via the UK, Finland, and Canada.

Schedule

The An-22 is scheduled to carry cargo between Prestwick and Helsinki and Manchester and Holguin. As is always the case, the schedule  below is subject to revision. All times UTC.

DateCallsignSTDOriginDestinationSTA
2017-11-29ADB216F1432GMLPIK2000
2017-11-30ADB23161030PIKHEL1430
2017-12-01ADB216F0800HELMAN1145
2017-12-01ADB23201400MANYQX2140
2017-12-02ADB23201100YQXHOG1930
2017-12-04ADB23211400HOGYQX2130
2017-12-05ADB23211200YQXMAN1845
2017-12-06ADB221F1100MANGML1450

How to follow

Track the An-22 with registration UR-09307. Or search for a callsign listed above while the aircraft is in flight.

A look at the An-22

See all of the photos of the Antonov Airlines An-22 on JetPhotos.

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Image credits: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5

Featured image © Vladimir Mikitarenko

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