Airborne 02.28.22: AN-225 Destroyed, AEA/SnF22 LIVE, Roscosmos Threat



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Also: King FOI Course, AUVSI Changes Name, Dassault, Flightradar24 Takedown

In light of the many tragedies we are seeing arising out of the wanton destruction of Ukraine by Russia, it almost seems silly to note that a one-of-a-kind aviation treasure also appears to have been destroyed. While still not quite official, numerous reports strongly suggest that the world’s largest operational transport aircraft, the Antonov AN-225 ‘Mriya’ (‘Dream’ in Ukrainian), may have been destroyed in the Russian invasion. The massive six-engine transport was the only one of its kind, after insufficient money was allowed to finish an in-process second iteration nearly twenty years ago. The next few weeks are going to be intense for ANN as we prep for the LIVE webcasting that has been a part of the Aircraft Electronic Association for nearly a decade and a half, as well as the 2022 Sun ‘n Fun Aerospace Expo, a week later. AEA LIVE Coverage can be seen at www.airborne-live.net. Sun n Fun DAILY Coverage will be webcast from www.snfdd.com. Comments made by the Russian head of the Russian space agency, Roscosmos, have hit a nerve when he pushed back on the public perception of US sanctions, essentially telling followers on social media in so many words: "You need us more than we need you." All this -- and MORE in today's episode of Airborne!!!

Airborne 02.25.22 is chock full of info in this Daily News Episode, Friday, February 25th, 2022... Presented by Aero-TV veteran videographer and Airborne Host Holland Lee. Holland is supported by ANN Chief Videographer Nathan Cremisino, as well as ANN CEO/Editor-In-Chief Jim Campbell. This episode covers:

Unique AN-225 Mriya May Have Been Destroyed...
ANN Preps For Major News Coming From AEA and SnF22
Russian Space Head Rankles With Comments
King Updates FOI Course
AUVSI Changes Name
Dassault Opens New Long Island Service Location
Flightradar24 Sees Immense Web Traffic

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