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Netherlands: Huge plane to be placed in hotel garden

Staff Writer |
A huge plane will be placed at the garden of a hotel in the Netherlands, which is the largest hotel of Benelux countries.

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The hotel is owned by a Turkish businessman Atilay Uslu and the transfer of the plane, Boeing 747, has started, as observed by Anadolu Agency correspondent on the ground.

Boeing 747 is one of the largest planes of the world, weighing 170 tons.

The plane is being transferred from Amsterdam Airport Schiphol and the relocation started on late Tuesday.

Transfer process will be completed on late Saturday, when the plane will be put at the garden of the hotel in Badhoevedorp village of Haarlemmermeer municipality.

In order to allow the transfer of the plane, A9 motorway will be closed to traffic on late Friday and the lampposts and barriers on it will be removed.

The media has already shown great interest in the relocation of the plane.

Before the transfer process started, Uslu told reporters that the plane will be a "nice detail" at the garden of his hotel.

Operational since last year, the hotel is located on an area of 35,000 square meters (3,251 square feet) and has 680 rooms.

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