After flying the skies for 36 years, a cargo plane in western Turkey now awaits scuba-diving lovers from around the world. With 54 meters from nose to tail and a 44-meter wingspan, the Airbus A300 cargo plane became the world's largest sunken plane wreck in 2016 off the Aegean coast of the Kuşadası District of Turkey's Aegean province of Aydın. Anadolu Agency joined divers at the site to view the now coral-encrusted submerged aircraft. Though all parts of the aircraft, including the fuselage, are still in their original condition, fish of many species now dart about its interior. Speaking to Anadolu Agency, scuba-diving instructor Tağmaç Saraçoğlu said that sinking the plane boosted the region's diving tourism. He highlighted that professional divers from different countries would come to see the wreck in the past, but now only local tourists were present due to novel coronavirus. 'It's possible to see many species here. You can see schools of Diplodus Vulgaris and Sargus,' he said, adding that he had also encountered conger eels and a crab in a dive nearby.