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Antonov An-225 Goes to Guam

Antonov An-225 Goes to Guam

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The Antonov An-225, the world’s largest cargo aircraft, has had a busy summer. With heavy lifting in South America and the Middle East there hasn’t been much down time. This week it returns to work bringing typhoon relief to Guam.

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Flight Schedule

DateFlightDeparture TimeOriginDestinationArrival Time
9 SepADB286F 1030UKKM/GMLKOAK/OAK2355
10 SepADB25861330KOAK/OAKPHNL/HNL1915
10 SepADB25862215PHNL/HNLPGUM/GUM0615+1
11 SepADB286F2200PGUM/GUMUTP/VTBU0425+1
All times UTC. Note: as always with charter cargo services, schedules are tentative and subject to revision at any time. We’ll update this post with additional flights as part of this mission as schedules become available.

 

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