World's Longest Aircraft Takes Disaster Relief To New Heights
British engineers say their Airlander 10 airship, once owned by the US Army, could revolutionise aviation, particularly in the area of disaster relief. The 302-foot long aircraft is powered by inert helium and can carry huge payloads of cargo. All it needs is a level surface on which to land. Jim Drury went to see it. Credit to Reuters. Courtesy 'Hybrid Air Vehicles'