If you’re a multinational aerospace company airbus, you use the Beluga XL designated the A330 743L. The XL is actually the second aircraft to carry the Beluga name. There are just six in total. Each of which is 207 feet long and boasts a maximum takeoff weight of 500 000 pounds.
This makes it integral to Airbus’s massive intercontinental assembly operation.
Creating an oversized cargo aircraft like the Beluga XL requires a lot of coordination between various facilities appropriately many parts were delivered by the previous Beluga iteration the A300 600 St. Watch video as below: