The world’s largest aircraft completes its second test flight

Stratolaunch announced that the world’s largest aircraft has successfully completed its second test flight. This twin-fuselage aircraft, with a wingspan of 117 meters and a total of six engines, took off from the Mojave Desert in California and reached 14,000 feet ( It flew for 3 hours and 14 minutes at an altitude of about 4.2 kilometers), and then landed smoothly. The altitude of the test flight was 3,000 feet lower than the first time, but it took 44 minutes longer.

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