World’s Largest Airplane’s Construction Completed: Paul Allen’s Massive Aircraft To Carry Rockets, Not Passengers By Carie P. email@example.com | Jun 01, 2017 12:04 PM EDT The construction of the massive airplane owned by Microsoft's co-founder Paul Allen is already complete. It was too reported that the building of this world's largest airplane ran quietly in the United States as it did not escalate in headlines. The said airplane was so big enough that one has to see its full view in a distance just like a mountain. Paul Allen's vehicle is reportedly featuring a wingspan of 117 meters even larger or wider than Howard Hughes Spruce Goose. For the first time, CNN reported that this massive airplane owned by Paul Allen was displayed last Wednesday and some people had the first view of this so-called largest airplane in the world. Its wingspan, when viewed and calculated is even larger than a football field, massive enough. According to the latest reports, the massive airplane weighs around 226, 800 kilograms and its total weight can reach until 589,670 kg. Moreover, the reports added that Paul Allen's vehicle has 28 wheels plus 747 jet engines. Before the construction, reports were rife that there was even a need to release special construction permits in order to allow for the construction scaffolding. An ordinary person couldn't just imagine how large this airplane is since it also uses 97 kilometers of wire coursing through it. Meanwhile, people were wondering what prompted Paul Allen, the co-founder of Microsoft in building and constructing such massive airplane. With this, it was claimed that the said vehicle will not carry passengers but rather, rockets. It was also said that the bigger the plane, the greater number of rockets it can accommodate. With the above-mentioned reason, NDTV reported that the rockets which it will carry will be tethered to the belly of the said massive airplane. Then when this will already reach an altitude of 10, 668m, it will automatically drop the rockets before these will be launched to space. Lastly, reports revealed that air launch is a cheaper way to get satellites into space compared to the other ways. So with Paul Allen's massive airplane, the cost of launching small satellites into space will be lessened.