The world biggest aircraft popularly known as the 'Flying Bum' recently underwent a second test flight run but unfortunately, it went down south and crashed, which ended its session for the day.
The impact of the crash damaged the cockpit where the pilots stay to steer the plane.
The 25 millions pounds half plane-half helicopter luckily had its impact within its base at Cardington Airfield where it hit a telegraph pole. Damages are reported to be "Extensive".
Thankfully, all their crew members on board got out of the plane unharmed.
Hybrid Air Vehicles, which is developing Airlander 10, issued a statement on Facebook which said: "We're debriefing following the second test flight this morning.All crew are safe and well and there are no injuries."