The Airlander 10, is examined as it sits on the ground after a rough landing at Cardington airfield England following its second test flight on Wednesday Aug. 24, 2016.

The developer of the world's largest aircraft says the blimp-shaped airship "sustained damage" after it made a bumpy landing on its second test flight .

Hybrid Air Vehicles says it is trying to figure out what caused the rough landing of the 302-foot 92-meter Airlander 10 during its flight Wednesday in Bedfordshire, north of London.

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LONDON AP -- The developer of the world's largest aircraft says the blimp-shaped airship sustained damage after it made a bumpy landing Wednesday on its second test flight in eastern England.

Hybrid Air Vehicles said it is trying to figure out what caused the rough landing of the 302-foot 92-meter Airlander 10 during its 100 minute flight Wednesday in Bedfordshire, north of London.

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