Correct answer is... 29 m. It is equal to 95 ft. Wingpan is calculated as stright line from one wingtip to another, so shape of the wing is not taken as factor during measurement. The biggest civil aircraft is 88 m (290 ft) wide, so Douglas XCG-17 has 33% percent of it's length. Typical jet airliners are about 34 m wide, so in the comparision Douglas XCG-17 has 34% of aircrafts like B737 or A320.
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