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Airlander 10 'breaks in two' and collapses at Cardington
The world's longest aircraft has collapsed to the ground less than 24 hours after a successful test flight. The Airlander 10 - a combination of a plane and an airship - appeared to "break in two" at its base in Cardington, Bedfordshire, an eyewitness ...
Airlander 10 crashes into field in Bedfordshire  
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