Tesla has set a Guinness World Record for the “heaviest tow by a production electric passenger vehicle.”

In collaboration with Qantas Airways, Tesla released a video that shows a Model X P100D tow a 287,000-pound Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner 1,000 feet (approximately 300 meters) on a remote Melbourne, Australia Airport runway. Weighing close to 560,000 pounds, the passenger plane did not carry any passengers or cargo.

The video, produced by Qantas, was created to highlight the Australian airline’s sustainability efforts. These initiatives include a reduction in water, waste, and fuel consumption by 2020 through participation in a variety of programs, such as participation and use of sustainable aviation fuel, carbon offset programs, in-flight recycling programs, and ongoing investments in fuel-efficient fleets.

In mid-March, Tesla CEO Elon Musk also used a Model X to tow 250,000-pound muck rail cars out of a Boring Tunnel, proclaiming its impressive feat shortly after that on Twitter.