The world’s longest aircraft, which collapsed at its former base last year, is to offer “luxury expeditions”. The passenger cabin for Airlander 10, a combination of plane and airship based in Bedford, was unveiled at the Farnborough Airshow. Hybrid Air Vehicles (HAV), the company behind the £25m craft, said it is “approaching air travel from a different perspective.” Up to 19 passengers will be able to take part in three-day expeditions. Stephen McGlennan, CEO of ...
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