AG600 world's largest amphibious airplane

On Saturday, the AG600 completed its first takeoff and landing on water at a reservoir in China's central Hubei province. The AG600 is the world's largest amphibious airplane.

The plane is also known as the Kunlong and was developed independently by China.

According to China's state-owned Xinhua news agency, it took off from the water and landed steadily after a 14-minute flight. The 121-foot-long aircraft is about 40 feet tall and has a 127-foot wingspan.

That makes it roughly the size of a Boeing 737. It has a range of 2,800 miles and a cruising speed of about 310 mph. it can fly for up to 12 hours.