The largest amphibious aircraft in the world flew for the first time

The AG600 Kunlong, similar in size to a Boeing 747, made a one-hour flight at the end of December. Designed and manufactured by China, the largest amphibious aircraft in the world made its first flight on December 24. The aircraft has four engines with propellers, a size similar to a Boeing 747, a wingspan of 38.8 meters and a load capacity of 53.5 tons. It can fly for 12 hours and transport up to 50 people. The AG600 Kunlong was conceived with the purpose of fighting fires and carrying out marine…

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