13 April 2022
Lighter Than Air: Not Your Average Blimp
In 2021, a 95-year-old woman was fatally injured by a falling tree branch while sitting peacefully on a bench outside her home in South Carolina. She had been a conservationist, philanthropist and noted world traveler. As a young girl, she and her mother had boarded an airship for a trans-Atlantic crossing from Europe back to the United States. That airship was destroyed upon landing. Anne Springs Close was the last living survivor of the Hindenburg.
The advances of modern design and technology, combined, have produced a safe multi-purpose craft like no other.
Is It a Bird? Is It a Plane?
A New Breed of Blimp
The combination of heavy load lifting, lengthy hovering times, freedom from traditional airport infrastructure and low emissions are a powerful combination of selling points.
Bird in a Cage
Anywhere the Wind Blows . . .
The 4 engines can be rotated upwards or downwards to facilitate take-off or landing.