More than 15,000 people gathered on Sunday to watch the moment the world's largest plane landed in Perth, Australia, after an epic journey to transport a 117-tonne mining generator halfway around the world.
The Antonov An-255 Mriya, built to transport the Soviet space shuttle, Buran, is now used for cargo no other plane can handle.
The six-engine aircraft landed in Perth, with tens of thousands of fans cheering on as massive plane hit the tarmac.
World's largest aircraft takes rare flight
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