You can only make a plane so big if you still want it to fly,or a vehicle so gigantic before it starts wrecking the land it travels across. Ships,too,face similar challenges the larger they get.We’ve found six gigantic examples that straddle the line between engineering marvel and disaster,representing the biggest vehicles on the planet today.
The A380 started flying commercially in 2007, and is considered a “superjumbo” jet as it’s quite a bit larger than its “jumbo” brethren,such as the 747-400.In fact, the A380′s interior is 1.5 times as large as a 747′s, with over 5,000 of floor space that accommodates anywhere between from 525 to over 800 passengers, depending on the seat layout.
MS Oasis of the Seas:
The Oasis of the Seas,currently the only Oasis-class passenger ship in the world, proved just how big it was when it set a 6,000-passenger record.The ship boasts some crazy luxuries,including but not limited to two-story suites,a minigolf course and indoor zip-line, multiple pools, night clubs, bars and stores, and even the world’s first.