World’s Largest Airplane – Six 747 Engines & Twin Fuselage from Paul Allen

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    Powered by six 747 engines, with a wingspan of 385 feet, and a gross weight of 1.2M pounds, Paul Allen’s twin fuselage Stratolaunch is officially the largest airplane ever. This will not be a passenger jet, instead it will be used to launch rockets into space. I wasn’t able to republish the pictures or YouTube... Read full article The post World’s Largest Airplane – Six 747 Engines & Twin Fuselage from Paul Allen appeared first on Point Me to the Plane.

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