- Video report by ITV News Anglia's Sarah Cooper
The world's largest aircraft is getting ready to take flight again, after being out of action for eight months.
The Airlander 10 underwent extensive repairs after crash-landing on its second flight from Cardington Airfield in August 2016.
Manufactors Hybrid Air Vehicles say they are carrying out a number of final tests.
They hopes the aircraft would be flying again by the end of the week - but this time with a a softer landing.
The crash was caused by the aircraft's mooring line getting caught on power lines near Cardington Airfield. Nobody was injured.
As part of its repairs, the Airlander 10 has been given new inflatable 'feet' and the flattened flight deck has been been rebuilt.
The aircraft can carry 10 tonnes - manufacturers say it could be used for things like surveillance, communications, and even passenger travel.