The Airlander 10, dubbed the world's longest aircraft, has crashed into a field in Cardington in Bedfordshire.
Pictures have emerged online showing it collapsed on the ground.
Bedfordshire Police were called just before 9.30am today to the Airfield following reports that an airship had become loose from its moorings.
Beds, Cambs & Herts Roads Policing Unit tweeted saying they were attending the collision.
The Airlander 10 has cost £100 million pounds to get into the air - but in August 2016 it crash landed on only its second ever UK flight.
On that occasion it crashed because its mooring line got caught on power lines.
Work's begun to salvage the crashed Airlander 10 after it came down in Bedfordshire.
Hybrid Air Vehicles said the aircraft has now been stabilised and made completely safe to work on.
Hybrid Air Vehicles Ltd said a female member of staff was injured and taken to hospital as a precaution.