Airlander 10 Crash: Video Shows World’s Biggest Aircraft Crashing Into The Ground On Test Flight

The Airlander 10, a 302ft-long (92-metre) part plane, part airship, was damaged after it crashed into the floor when it was trying to land at its base at Cardington Airfield in Bedfordshire.

Footage shows the plane travelling steadily at low altitude, apparently coming into land. As it does so, it tips forwards so that its nose points towards the ground.

It then moves in to land much more quickly, eventually landing on its bottom but with much more force than it usually would.