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Biggest RC Airplane in The Word Boeing 747-400 Virgin Atlantic Airliner

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Krista Kuznecova
Country: United States Aircraft: Airplanes
Source: Aviationsquad

Richard Branson would be proud, here is a model of a Virgin Atlantic airplane. This plane is just amazing it’s a model: RC Boeing 747-400 from Adi Pitz, Wingspan: 4,95m, Length: 5,43m. Thanks to RC Media World

At the rate that remote control replicas are going, it isn’t going to be long before somebody is trying to launch a full-size aircraft via remote control.

This time, we check out what is being called the new record holder as the biggest remote control airplane in the entire world and this thing will blow your mind.

This time, we ride along as the gigantic Boeing 747-400 takes off at has a quick flight before touching back down, looking like the real thing the entire time.

Check out the video below to see the hobby in action as it grows larger and larger every year, quite literally. How much bigger can these things possibly get!?

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