Airlander’s tourism trial

HYBRID AIR Vehicles (HAV) says its Airlander hybrid aircraft has potential in a variety of applications, from cargo transport and communications to survey and search.

However, it is in another realm – luxury tourism – in which this giant aircraft, the world’s longest at 92m (302ft), will be tested in 2018. In October, HAV announced the British luxury travel company Henry Cookson Adventures will assess the Airlander’s potential for the ultra-high-end segment of the tourism and adventure travel market.

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