Much as I love 'em -- and I do -- that'd be a big ol' NO. Airships are not a really great choice for anything but well-behind-lines military apps: they're slow (even the fast ones) and large, which adds up to "target!" Helium doesn't burn but it leaks right out and once you've done the shoulder-fired ground-to-air rocket thing to a cell or three, brace for impact! And they require heap plenty ground crew and a place to put the vehicle when it's not flying -- while modern intelligent control systems will help reduce that, there's a limit to how far you can go keeping a gigantic lighter-than-air weathercock under control; if they're staying very long, they've got to go indoors, as the enormous hangars at Lakehurst, Akron and
I think -- I hope! -- there's a future for airships, but it's hauling freight and passengers well away from war zones. Lowish, slowish, cheap and enormous aren't a problem for most tourists and many cargos. Figure out how to integrate containerized freight and you'd be onto something.
* Not to mention Weeksville, NC, Écausseville, France or Rio de Janeiro -- "Airship hangar! It's the box white elephants are shipped in!" Clearly, this many empty hangars must indicate a shortage of dirigibles, no? If you build it...? Hasn't happened yet. Dean Ing once described conditions under which airships might become popular but let's not go there just now.