BEIJING— An official news agency says China has unveiled the world's largest amphibious aircraft that Beijing plans to use for marine missions and fighting forest fires. The Xinhua News Agency said the AG600 rolled off a production line in Zhuhai in southern China on Saturday. Last week, a Cessna 208 B seaplane making its inaugural flight in China crashed into a... » Read More
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