Tuesday, 6 May 2008

Junkers G38

The G38 was the world's biggest land aircraft of its time, 1929 early—1930s.
With a wingspan of 44 metres, the wings themselves were metres thick and ten metres deep, and each could seat two passengers with a unique view through windows at the leading edge!
Another Thirty four passengers are seated in the fuselage.
The plane even had a luxury bar and comfortable salon.

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