Ever wondered the sizes of these three ?

**Antonov AN-124**
Wing span 73.30m (240ft), length 69.10m (226ft), height 20.78m (68ft 2in).

**C-5 Galaxy**
Wing span 67.80m (222.9ft), length 75.30m (247.10ft), height 19.84m (65.1ft).

**B744LCF**
Wing span 64.44m (211ft), length 70.67m (231ft), height 19.41m (63ft).

Conclusion: *Judging by the numbers above:*

**Antonov AN-124**
**1 - **wins the round for being the widest in term of total wingspan (Left wingtip to right wingtip)

**2 - **wins the round for being the tallest in term of total height (Pavement to the top of tail fin)

**C-5 Galaxy**
**1 - **wins the round for the being the longest in term of total length. (Nose to tailbutt)

**B747-400LCF**
**0 - **Loses for being the shortest, came in as secondlongest aircaft, not good enough though, and comes last as being the smallest of all three candidates.

I wanted to include the cargo volume stuff, but I can't seem to find the LCF's cargo volume measurements right now, All I know is that it can carry more than three times the cargo capacity of a standard 747-400 freighter.

So untill I get the LCF's cargo volume measurements, the winner is the Great Antonov 124, with 2 points in the lead, and C5 with 1 point as in second place and the LCF in deadlast place.

But only untill we get to convince GJ to produce the AN225 in 1:400 scale, the winner is the

**AN124.**
In the meantime, enjoy some of my shots.

Ps: We want the AN225 !!!!