- Airlander marks Cardington's 'return to original purpose'
- With the world's longest aircraft set to be launched in the next few weeks, BBC News takes a look at the history of a place synonymous with airships in Britain.
- Airlander in Cardington Sheds will be floating next week as it is unveiled
- THE world's largest airship will be floating next week as it is unveiled ahead of its debut UK flight. The Airlander 10, from Hybrid Air Vehicles, is almost complete after having the last of its engines and fins attached to its 90m long body.
- Why the Dream of the Airship Never Dies
- There is a ghost at the airfield where the Airlander is based, at Cardington in Bedfordshire called the R101. In 1930 the R101 was, like the Airlander, the world's largest flying aircraft.
- World's largest aircraft the 'Flying Bum' is almost ready
- The 300ft-long (93 metres) ship was originally developed as part of a US Army project but was scrapped by military bosses. It is now being converted to provide business and leisure flights in a hangar in Cardington, Bedfordshire.
- British Airlander 10 aircraft that's as long as eight buses and goes at 100mph
- It sits on its great white skids, kept on the ground only by cords and ballast and the limit of man's imagination.
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