The Largest Seaplane from the Second World War

The BV 222 Wiking was made by a german company Blohm & Voss for the Luftwaffe at the begginig of the Second World War. BV 222 was a six engined seaplane designed to transport large cargo all around the world, like France, Scandinavia and North Africa. The aircraft had 37 meters in length, 46 meter wingspan and could carry almost 100 soldiers. At the end of the war there was 13 aircrafts built which were captured by the allied forces and eventually destroyed.