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World's first largest flight – Last Hour

(ANSA) – LOS ANGELES, APRIL 14 – A giant plane equipped with six
engines and with the largest wingspan ever made,
called Stratolaunch, it made its first flight over the desert
del Mojave, California, turning a dream into reality
co-founder of Microsoft Paul Allen, who died in October of
2018. The chief executive of Stratolaunch Systems Jean Floyd has
said the airplane made a "spectacular" landing
fully reaching the goal. The Stratolaunch, founded by
Allen himself, aims to compete on the market of designed aircraft
for the launch of small satellites. "It was a moment
exciting – added Floyd – to observe this personally
majestic bird take flight, see Allen's dream
take life before my eyes ". The colossal Stratolaunch,
a twin-fuselage jet with a 117-meter wingspan, ha
I traveled 112 kilometers in the desert north of Los Angeles in two
hours and a half, at a maximum speed of 304 kilometers per hour and a
a maximum height of 5,181 meters.

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