More Test Flights for Airlander 10

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The Airlander 10, combination plane and airship, is the world's longest aircraft measured at 92 meters long. It took to the air recently for its fourth test flight, reaching a height of 1,067 meters. The developer, Hybrid Air Vehicles, is saying it might be how we all get around one day. Thoughts?

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