The world's biggest aircraft, Airlander 10, is 44,100 pounds and over 300 feet long, and people just can't help but think of reality TV star Kim Kardashian West's behind when they look at its voluptuous aerodynamic curves.
Aircraft maker Hybrid Aircraft Vehicles announced the completion of the record-breaking aircraft Wednesday. Its unique aerodynamic shape allows it stay in flight for five days at a time with passengers and up to two weeks without passengers, according to HAV. Its shape also has people photoshopping it on Kardashian's rear end.
The aircraft will be used for both commercial and military purposes to ship cargo using a relatively low carbon footprint. It's powered by 325 horsepower V8 diesel engines that allow it to fly up to 92 mph, which is slower than the average commercial plane but super fast for its size.
"We will not compete with a 747 flying across the Atlantic, but we can offer the ultimate flight experience for tourism and leisure purposes," HAV head of partnerships Chris Daniels told BBC.
"It's perfect for sightseeing because we can have floor to ceiling clear panels, and we can open the windows because we are not flying as high or as fast as traditional planes, but we will not be offering a service to get from A to B as quickly as possible."