Antonov An-225 live tracking (when flying)

Only one airplane on Earth can carry four Russian military tanks, an entire train, or 50 cars.

It requires six engines and a staggering 290-foot wingspan (that’s nearly the length of a football field) to accomplish these feats, but such superlatives have helped the Antonov An-225 claim the distinction of being the world’s biggest airplane.

Designed to carry Soviet spacecraft in the 1980s, the An-225 (also known as the “Mriya”) weighs just a hair over 661 tons and is 276 feet long.

That’s three times heavier than the Statue of Liberty, and six times longer than a yellow school bus.