Knuffingen Airport, World’s Largest Miniature Airport

The world’s largest miniature airport has gone on display at Miniatur Wunderland in Hamburg, Germany. Miniatur Wunderland also hosts the world’s largest train and miniature exhibition.

The 494-square feet model includes a whopping list of accessories, including 40 planes, 40,000 lights, 15,000 figurines, 500 cars, 10,000 trees, 50 trains, 1000 wagons, 100 signals, 200 switches and 300 buildings.

Knuffingen Airport, World's Largest Miniature Airport

The miniature airport, took 7 years and roughly $4.8 million to build, is modeled after the Hamburg’s Fuhlsbüttel International airport. Interestingly, the miniature airport is not a static one. The planes and vehicles are moving autonomously, controlled via computer.

Check out the following video of the incredible miniature airport.

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