The world's largest airship, being built in a hangar in Bedfordshire, has been unveiled for the first time.
The Airlander 10 in Cardington is now completed and ready for her maiden flight.
It's known to the engineers as Mary - and she's a very big girl.
At 92 metres long - she's about the same size as a football pitch and 25% bigger than a Boeing 747 aeroplane.
The cockpit, flight simulator and the payload module where cargo or passengers will travel, will also be opened up for people to see.
The world's largest aircraft, known fondly as the 'Flying Bum', has been officially named by the Duke of Kent in Bedfordshire.
The world's largest aircraft has been unveiled for the first time since being fully assembled in the UK.
A multi-million pound campaign to relaunch Britain's Airship industry in the Bedfordshire countryside has begun.