[ExI] Inside of world's largest airship revealed in stunning images

John Grigg possiblepaths2050 at gmail.com
Fri Jun 11 14:38:01 UTC 2021

"New details about one of the world's largest aircraft, Airlander 10,
reveal a spacious cabin with floor-to-ceiling windows (and plenty of
legroom) inside the blimp-like exterior. And the futuristic aircraft will
be loads better for the environment.

British company Hybrid Air Vehicles recently released concept images of its
forthcoming airship, which is 299 feet (91 meters) long and 112 feet (34 m)
wide, with the capacity to hold about 100 people. But rather than being
crammed in like sardines, passengers will be treated to floor-to-ceiling
windows and the kind of space and legroom commercial airlines currently
reserve for business-class customers.

The firm thinks the vehicle, which is expected to enter service by 2025,
will soon challenge conventional jets on a number of popular short-haul
routes, thanks to its improved comfort and 90% lower emissions."

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