Airlander second test flight
The Airlander lands on its nose on its second day of test flights. No one was injured and the aircraft came out with only minor damages on the cockpit
structure. A conventional aircraft would be subject for a total hull loss following an incident like this, but the Airlander proves to be inherently survivablel with robust and safe characteristics. We expect it to be up and flying in 2017.
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