Take an exclusive look inside the world's biggest aeroplane, the Airbus A380, and the tech that makes it possible.
The mighty and highly recognisable Airbus A380 is currently the world's biggest passenger aeroplane, with two full-size passenger decks. From nose to tail, this super-sized aircraft measures at 238 feet 8 inches (or 72.7 metres), and its width is 261 feet 10 inches (or 79.8 metres). If that's not enough, this giant weighs in at a whopping 589 tonnes!
To get all that weight up in the air and travel over 900 km/h, the Airbus A380 is powered by four top in class Rolls Royce Trent 900 turbine engines.
Inside a standard Airbus A380, there are enough seats to carry over 460 passengers in four luxury classes. Depending on the airline, first-class passengers can sample luxuries in flight like no other aeroplane could ever offer in the past. Some exclusive suites offer a full bedroom, bar, TV room, shower and even casinos, thanks to the impressive floor area of over 6,500 square feet.
Take a look at the video below by YouTube channel, Tech Vision, on Inside The Worlds Biggest Aeroplane.