Parking Meter for Stranded Russian Plane Hits $330,000 and Keeps Going

TORONTO—The Toronto Pearson Airport is charging what amounts to nearly a penny a second for a special, extra-large parking space, a bargain given the size.

An Antonov An-124 cargo plane has been parked there for more than a year. The flying monstrosity, one of 26 in the world, has a wingspan of 240 feet, double that of a Boeing 737’s, and is roomy enough to ferry satellites, locomotive engines and wind turbines—as much as 150 tons of stuff. 

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