An-225 “Dream” took out three Puma helicopters of the Royal Air Force from Afghanistan (photo)

Photo: The Royal Air Force (RAF)

The Antonov Airlines An-225 Dream carried three Royal Air Force helicopters on its recent commercial flight from Gostomel to Kabul to Karachi to Bryz Norton to Gostomel.

This was reported by the press service of the Royal Air Force, reports the  National Industrial Portal  with reference to the  CTS .

The British military said that the helicopter unit and personnel of the Joint Helicopter Command have been in service in Kabul since 2015. They are now returning to Britain as part of the withdrawal of NATO forces from Afghanistan.

Photo: The Royal Air Force (RAF)

The helicopters transported by the Ukrainian giant aircraft “Dream” will go to their base in Oxfordshire.

Photo: The Royal Air Force (RAF)

It will be recalled that the world’s largest transport aircraft performed its first commercial flight in 10 months. Antonov Airlines did not report what cargo was transported. According to the captain of the aircraft, it was only known that the weight of the cargo was 23 tons.


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