The world's largest jetliner, Air France's A380, will soon be flying to San Francisco.
Air France will be operating the Airbus on San Francisco flights to Paris from June 6 though September 4, ten times a week.
The massive double-deck aircraft can hold 538 passengers, in three classes: La Premiere, Business and Voyager/Economy.
SFO is one of the few airports in the U.S. capable of accommodating the A380's vast moving footprint, says Cheapflights.com.
This is a good thing, considering JFK had a little trouble with the A380 earlier this week, when it clipped a smaller Delta Connection aircraft while taxiing out for takeoff.