The rise of freight airships could represent a new high for Asian companies who are looking for various ways to reach world markets, according to research published in the International Journal of Aviation Management.Read More
In few fiery seconds, the era of the passenger airship had come to an end when the Hindenburg burst into flames at Lakehurst, , New Jersey on 6th May 1937. Now, 80 years later, with the advancement in lighter-than-air technology, materials, aerodynamics, and safe and non-reactive helium gas, the airship has returned in a big way.
The world’s largest and futuristic aircraft, the Airlander 10, is a hybrid between an airplane, helicopter, and Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV). Sixty percent of its lift comes from helium and 40% from the aerodynamic design, hence it’s called the Hybrid Airship.