Airlander 10: Longest aircraft hit power cable before nosediving - BBC News

The world's longest aircraft came into contact with "high voltage power cables" before nosediving on landing, an electricity firm has said. Developers of the Airlander 10 had denied witness reports the airship struck a telegraph pole during its "heavy ...

VIDEO: Airlander 10 Did Hit Power Cable Before "Nose Diving" On Landing - BOB fm (press release)

The world's largest aircraft DID hit power lines before crash landing at its base in Bedfordshire... A mooring line on the 92-metre long Airlander 10, nicknamed 'The Flying Bum,' came into contact with a cable two fields away from Cardington Airfield ...

This is the worst crash landing ever - New York Post

The Airlander 10 — nicknamed the “flying bum” for resembling a massive derriere — made a cartoonish slow-motion nosedive during its second test flight that took off from Cardington Airfield in Bedfordshire, England, on Wednesday. In video of the ...

Rope attached to £25million 'big ass' airship Airlander 10 hit power line before it crashed says manufacturer - Daily Mail

A rope attached to the world's largest aircraft hit a power line before it crashed, its manufacturer has said. Airlander 10, which is part plane, part airship, came into contact with the line as it nosedived at Cardington Airfield, Bedfordshire, on ...

Airlander 10 Damaged on Its Second Flight - Flying Magazine

The largest aircraft in the world, Hybrid Air Vehicles Airlander 10, which first flew last week, made a hard landing on its second test flight. The helium-filled structure had flown for more than 1.5 hours before it made a very steep approach into ...

Airlander 10 mooring line hit power cable before crash - The Guardian

A mooring line attached to Airlander 10 hit power lines before the airship crashed, its manufacturer, Hybrid Air Vehicles (HAV), has said. Airlander 10, which is part plane, part airship and the length of a football pitch, was damaged on Wednesday ...

Hybrid Air Vehicles Confirms: Airlander 10 Made Contact With Power Line Outside Airfield Before Crash Landing - Crowdfund Insider

Following the Airlander 10 crash landing during its second test flight yesterday, Hybrid Air Vehicles announced what happened to the aircraft just before it made that rough ground contact. Airlander 10 1 The wing-shaped aircraft is notably able to fly ...

Airlander 10 crashed due to attached rope hitting power line - BreakingNews.ie

A rope attached to the world's largest aircraft made contact with a power line before it crashed, manufacturer Hybrid Air Vehicles (HAV) said. Airlander 10, which is part plane, part airship, was damaged after nosediving at Cardington Airfield ...

Airlander 10: World's Largest Aircraft Crash-Lands During Test Flight - Tech Times

Airlander 10, the largest aircraft in the world, suffered damage when it crash-landed during its second test flight. Hybrid Air Vehicles said no one on board the aircraft was hurt. ( Hybrid Air Vehicles ). Advertisement. Advertisement. The world's ...

Watch the world's longest aircraft, dubbed the 'flying bum,' drift to a crash-landing on its second test flight - National Post

LONDON — The world's longest aircraft, the Airlander 10 airship, has crash-landed after a test flight in Bedfordshire, central England, its British manufacturer Hybrid Air Vehicles said on Wednesday. The airship, which is bigger than the size of six ...

The Airlander 10 crash-lands in second test flight - TheUSBport

HAV unveiled the prototype last March and, on August 17, the ship left the bomb-shelter hangar to meet the skies for the first time. Image Source: BBC. U.K. Bedfordshire – Airlander 10, the world's longest aircraft, crashed during its second test ...

Airlander 10 airship's second test flight ends in crash landing - KitGuru

It looks like the world isn't quite ready for the airship of the future just yet, as the Airlander 10, which combines fixed wing aerodynamics with a large envelope, has crashed on its second UK flight. Although the first went off without a hitch, the ...

Bruce Dickinson Backed Aircraft Crashes During Second Flight - antiMUSIC.com

(Classic Rock) An aircraft part funded by Iron Maiden frontman Bruce Dickinson has crashed on its second flight. The Airlander 10 was damaged when it took a nosedive during a flight from Cardington Airfield in Bedfordshire, UK. Billed as the world's ...

World's Largest Aircraft Damaged After Rough Landing - Wall Street Journal

LONDON—The developer of the world's largest aircraft says the blimp-shaped airship sustained damage after it made a bumpy landing Wednesday on its second test flight in eastern England. Hybrid Air Vehicles said it is trying to figure out what caused ...

“The Flight Went Really Well and the Only Issue Was When It Landed” - Slate Magazine (blog)

The world's largest aircraft may have set a second, less-dignified record on Wednesday, when it executed what was quite possibly the world's slowest crash landing. Will Oremus. Will Oremus is Slate's senior technology writer. Email him at ...

World's largest aircraft takes world's slowest nose-dive during second test flight - Washington Post

On Wednesday, for what was only the second time, the largest aircraft on the planet eased off the ground at Cardington Airfield in Britain. For nearly two hours the 302-foot-long airship — the Airlander 10, nicknamed the “flying bum” for its twin ...

Hybrid Air Vehicles Airlander 10 airship crashes during second test flight - Manufacturer.com

Just days after its 'historic' maiden test flight, the Airlander 10 airship suffered a minor crash during its attempted landing in a airfield in Bedfordshire. The 92-metre-long (302ft) Airlander 10, built by Hybrid Air Vehicles. was damaged during the ...

Airlander 10: Rough Landing Damages Airship After Second Test Flight - International Business Times

Airlander 10, the world's largest aircraft at 302 feet, flew its second test flight Wednesday. The part-plane, part-ship, referred to as an airship, flew the scheduled 100 minutes before it nosedived into the ground as it came in to land. In a ...

WATCH: Oops! £25m 'flying bum' crash lands - Independent Online

London - Up-ended awkwardly, this is the undignified view of the world's longest aircraft as it slowly nosedived in a field on Wednesday. On what was only its second test flight, the 302ft Airlander 10, nicknamed the “flying bum” thanks to its curved ...

VIDEO: World's largest aircraft crashes on test flight - Arabian Supply Chain

In what is perhaps the most underwhelming aircraft crash ever caught on camera, the Airlander 10, the world's largest aircraft, has been damaged on a test flight at Cardington Airfield in Bedfordshire. The huge airship, longer than an A380 by almost ...