What is the largest plane in the world? The largest plane in the world is the Antonov 225, it has six engines two tails and 31 wheels there is only one of the finest aircraft in the world and was produced from the Antonov 124, and the manufactures of this aircraft are Antonov. The Antonov 225s role was a strategic airlifter, its national origin is the Soviet Union/ Ukraine. Its first flight was on the 21st December 1988. What is the fastest plane in the world? The fastest plane in the world is the SR-71 also known as the Blackbird. The Blackbirds role was a strategic reconnaissance aircraft, and the manufacture of this aircraft is Lockheed, Skunk division, the designer of this aircraft is Clarence “Kelly” Johnson, its first flight was on the 22nd of December 1964 and developed from the Lockheed A-12. My favourite aircraft my favourite aircraft is the A-10 Thunder Bolt. It is my favourite aircraft because of its weapons, it has laser guided bombs that glide on to their target, M4 missiles that can could penetrate through anything and my favourite weapon the 250mph firing Gatling gun.
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