Are Hybrid Airship pilot different from other aircraft or helicopter pilot?
Yes, they are different. A hybrid airship has the characteristics of an airship, but it also generates lift based on its aerodynamic shape (like a powered aircraft wing).
The FAA defines an airship as having both "Lighter than Air" and "powered aircraft" characteristics. A hybrid airship falls under the characteristics of an airship, in this sense. However, as with any aircraft, a specific type rating may be required for a hybrid airship.
Therefore, the path to certification as a pilot of a hybrid airship will likely be very similar to, but distinct from, a typical pilot. In particular, it may be added on as a rating to an existing pilot certificate.