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    The Newest Way To Fly!

    Many will know that I am studying tourism and come across new modes of holiday and luxuary travel.

    This is certainly in development:


    Height: 265m, from docking rig at the base to the tip

    Volume of airship's 'main envelope': 330,000 cubic metres

    Primary structure, envelope and systems: 270 tons (same weight as an airbus A380 super jumbo)

    Consumables, water, ballast: 20 tons

    Max number of people on board: 100

    Max altitude it can fly at: 12,000ft.

    Crew: Six, including two flight engineers

    Support staff: 14 to look after passengers















    Building An Airbus In My Garage!

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    Re: The Newest Way To Fly!

    The pics and video you have shared here is really awesome..Thanks a lot for such a nice contribution..I am looking for such interesting news from you..Please keep sharing....

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    Re: The Newest Way To Fly!

    In other words...flight of the future , a luxury mode of flight !

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