Biggest Planes: Past, Present, and Future

May 30, 2017 | Brian


As technology improves, things get faster, stronger, and bigger. This is especially true for military aircraft. Let’s looks at the biggest, baddest, and most powerful of the bunch.

Kalinin K-7

biggest planes past present future k-7

Length: 91 ft 10 in

You’ve never heard of the Kalinin K-7? That’s probably because only 1 was built, and that was destroyed in a crash. The K-7 first flew on August 11, 1933, but showed instability and massive vibration issues to the airframe.