I like it and the best use for turbines I’ve seen in years. Ten tons payload and two weeks duration. Ok it doesn’t go very fast but either delivering aid to disaster areas or cruising in style it appeals to me. Just imagine how many bottles of champagne and helpings of foie gras could be loaded on board to cruise the Alps, the Norwegian Fijords or even the Scottish Highlands. I can even think of a couple of Munros you could land on for a picnic. Luxury flying ended with Concorde but this could be a return to the Clippers of the past where those wealthy enough could travel in style and take their time to enjoy the trip. Not two hours in a crowded Heathrow followed by little bed pods. I once flew in the Goodyear airship and cane chairs, the ability to walk around and to stop for anything of interest Captained by a character fresh from Jules Verne with a control system very reminiscent of those stories was an experience that has lived with me for decades. Bring it on Airlander and bring the fun back into International travel!