Welcome back to the our channel for a feature on how airline manufacturers transport their large components from manufacturing facilities that are spread across the globe, resulting in some unique and yet practical design of cargo freighter. i will say that for the most part this is a pretty good replacement for supertransport now that both Mriya 225’s have been destroyed thanks to the idiotic choices of putin. at least Antonov said after things are sorted out they will rebuild the 225 aircraft (russia is one of Antonov’s main sources of materials). What is missing from the list of countries that Airbus builds, is the UK. The wings are built in North Wales, and the tail fin is built in the South West of the country. These planes are great, but I'd like to see a plane designed from scratch instead of some modification of the usual planes. Maybe it could be optimised further than these designs for the role they would perform, as a new design would not focus on being compatible with a passenger aircraft like the current ones, but focus merely on being a cargo/transport plane.