Is the Spruce Goose bigger than a 747?

The Spruce Goose, officially known as the Hughes H-4 Hercules, is larger than a Boeing 747. The Spruce Goose had a wingspan of 320 feet, a length of 218 feet, and a height of 79 feet, making it one of the largest aircraft ever built. In contrast, the Boeing 747 has a typical wingspan of between 224 and 250 feet, a length of about 231 to 250 feet, and a height of 63 to 64 feet depending on the variant. As such, the Spruce Goose is significantly larger than a Boeing 747 in terms of size and wingspan.

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