World’s Largest Aircraft Takes to Sky Successful

World's Largest Aircraft Takes to Sky Successful

The world’s largest aircraft named “the flying bum” has taken to the skies in a successful maiden voyage in the first since a revamp in Britain.

World's Largest Aircraft Takes to Sky Successful

The Airlander is known to be 302ft-long a part plane, part airship, part helicopter – loomed overhead at Cardington airfield in Bedfordshire.

Also, Airlander is designed to use less fuel than a plane but can carry heavier loads than conventional airships.

World's Largest Aircraft Takes to Sky Successful

It can reach 16,000 feet, traveling up to 90 mph and stay aloft for up to two weeks.

Source: dailymail