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Is it still a model if it’s big enough to fly a small child? That’s the question everyone’s asking after seeing the world’s largest remote control plane take to the skies.

Piloted by Rainer Kamitz at the Airliner Meeting in Oppingen Germany, this model 747-400 is as close as you’ll get to the real thing. Nearly 18 feet long and with a wingspan greater than 16 feet, you’ll wonder how it will ever get off the ground. But, if the big boys can do it, then so can this “little” guy. It even sounds like the real thing!

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