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Tuesday, March 15, 2016

Moses Lake

Back in May of 2012 the six-engine Antonov An-225 Mriya flew into the airport at Moses Lake, Washington, to deliver two mammoth winches destined for the Alaskan oil fields. While the Antonov could have landed at Sea-Tac International Airport, it was too large to park. At Sea-Tac, there was no area to put the plane once it landed. From a story in the Puget Sound Business Journal

Another case of an Antonov landing at an old SAC airbase.

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