Tue, Mar 22, 2016, 06:28 AM
The Airlander 10, currently the world's largest aircraft, is able to stay airborne for five days and can land on all terrains, including water, sand and ice. It is being developed by British firm called Hybrid Air Vehicles. The Airlander can travel more than 144 km per hour at a height up to 20,000 feet with 10-tonne cargo. The Hybrid Air Vehicles CEO Stephen said that Airlander can be useful during the time of emergencies like earthquake and Tsunami.