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April 9, 2013

 

I got to see a lot of shiny new military technology at the Navy League's Sea-Air-Space Exposition yesterday. The show--the largest largest maritime expo in the United States--is part trade fair, part science fair, and 100 percent geared toward government buyers. Defense researchers, contractors, suppliers, and companies eager to join their ranks arrived to show off their fanciest wares. Here's a gallery of the 10 coolest things I saw.

 

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THE 10 COOLEST MACHINES FROM SEA-AIR-SPACE

EXPOSITION

US FIRM DEVELOPS NEW AIRSHIP FOR CARGO

AIRSHIPS TO LIFT OFF AGAIN? FIRM ENGINEERS COMBACK

February 11, 2013

 

Airship builders say the development of lighter, stronger materials will allow them to deliver on a century-old ambition of making craft capable of winning business from freight operators such as FedEx Corp. within three years.

 

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February 20, 2013

 

It's big. It's silver. And looks a bit like it's from outer space. But there's no cause for alarm - a new type of airship is being developed in the United States. It's designed to carry large shipments to faraway places that lack transport infrastructure like airports.

 

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February 12, 2013

 

There was a time when it was common for airships and blimps to fill the skies of America and Europe. That all changed with one simple word: Hindenburg. Now, more than 75 years later, airships could be taking off again.

 

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AIRSHIP MAKERS FLOAT NEW CRAFT TO

ERASE HINDENBURG BLOT

February 4, 2013

 

KTLA’s Chip Yost at the Tustin Hangar reports on the recent developments at Aeros. He talks with engineers and spends a day with Aeros at our first public event and viewing of the airship.

 

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January 30, 2013

 

Inside a giant hangar in Tustin, engineers are designing what they believe could be the future of air transportation and travel. It's a prototype airship, nearly as tall as a 10-story building, which will someday carry cargo across the country and back without ever needing an airport.

 

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January 1, 2013

 

This is a new type of rigid aircraft. It's not a blimp, and it's not an airplane, but this thing has the potential to alter the way we understand travel and completely change military transportation. You can see a video of its first move here.

 

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OC AIRSHIP COULD BE FUTURE OF AIR TRAVEL

A GIANT FLOATING AIRSHIP COULD BE FUTURE OF FLIGHT

January 11, 2013

 

FOX NEWS correspondent Adam Housley gets enthusiastic about the Aeroscraft and its capabilities.

 

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NEW BLIMP-LIKE AIRCRAFT COULD REVOLUTIONIZE

DISASTER RELIEF

GIGANTIC AEROSCRAFT AIRSHIP PASSES GROUND TESTS, GETS SET FOR FLIGHT OPERATIONS

January 7, 2013

 

It's a blimp! It's a plane! It's anAeroscraft? The Aeroscraft, a new type of airship said to be capable of vertical takeoff and landing and speeds of over 130 mph, has passed an important round of tests, according to a Jan. 3 statement from maker Aeros Industries.

 

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THUNDERBIRDS REALLY ARE GO: AIRSHIP IS

LIKE 1960S TV PLANE

January 7, 2013

 

AN airship that will revolutionize cargo transport has been unveiled — looking like TV’s Thunderbird 2. The 260ft-long Aeroscraft ML 866 can take off and land vertically, and lift up to 66 tons. This prototype, named Dragon Dream, is green — just like International Rescue’s transporter jet, piloted by Virgil Tracy, in the hit Sixties puppet series.

 

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AEROS TESTS PELICAN VARIABLE-BUOYANCY AIRSHIP

January 4, 2013

 

Aeros CEO Igor Pasternak says the 230ft-long Aeroscraft prototype, called Pelican, has completed a ground-handling demonstration showing the 36,000lb vehicle can move without assistance from ground personnel, controlled from the cockpit and using its air-bearing landing gear. The Pelican was heavier than air for the demonstration, he says.

 

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NOT A BLIMP, NOT A PLANE: THE GIGANTIC

AEROSCRAFT IS READY, AND IT'S AWESOME

February 18, 2013

 

Don't call it a blimp. The Aeroscraft is a Rigid Variable Buoyancy Air Vehicle. This advanced airship's internal ballast system allows it to hover, ascend and descend without a runway takeoff, and offload cargo without re-ballasting.

 

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TRANSLOGIC 123: AEROSCRAFT

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February 4, 2013

 

A modern zeppelin that's being developed in one of Tustin's blimp hangars has cost $35 million to $40 million to build so far, but more money is needed to help fund future tests, the builder's CEO said Friday. Igor Pasternak, president and CEO of Worldwide Aeros Corp., estimated that he will need about $10 million more for the next stage of development for his Aeroscraft.

 

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NOVEL AIRSHIP COULD FLY BY SUMMER

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April 12, 2013

 

Over the past decade, the Pentagon found a renewed passion for large-scale, lighter-than-air airships, which seem like ideal platforms for long-duration surveillance and monitoring as well as for hauling cargo to places inhospitable to large fixed-wing aircraft (read: places with no runways). But with the wars in Iraq and now Afghanistan winding down, the Pentagon has lost interest in its massive airships, and the Navy, Air Force, and Army have each killed a massive air ship program over the last couple of years, essentially mothballing hundreds of millions in research and development.

 

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7 NEW PIECES OF HARDCORE MILITARY HARDWARE

May 9, 2013

 

The Aeroscraft, which Windpower Engineering and Development will feature in its next edition, could ease transportation logistics for wind developers around the world. The earliest version of the lighter-than-air vehicle will carry up to a 66-ton payload. “The reception has been overwhelming,” said John Kiehle, a spokesperson at Aeros.

 

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WINDPOWER 2013 PHOTOBLOG: DAY THREE

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SUBMARINE-STYLE AIRSHIPS PREPARES FOR FIRST FLIGHT

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March 1, 2013

 

They were billed as the future of transportation, the pinnacle of long-distance luxury travel. Forget planes, trains, or boats. Airships were the new gold standard – “lighter-than-air” – an incredible convergence of human industry and science fiction. Eyes widened, mouths gaped – the world stood captivated. After years of development, a utopian vision of aviation was suddenly realized. The future looked bright.

 

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OUT OF THE ASHES: THE REBIRTH OF THE AIRSHIP

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January 30, 2013

 

In Orange County, California, a hulking, 230-foot long, 36,000-pound beast is being groomed as the future of air travel. For the next few years, all eyes in the aviation space are on the Pelican: a prototype for a revolutionary new airship--neither a blimp nor a plane--developed by engineering firm Aeros on a $35-million contract from the Pentagon and NASA.

 

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THIS GIANT LOATING AISHIP FROM NASA AND

THE MILITARY GETS CLOSER TO FLIGHT

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January 30, 2013

 

The massive blimp-like aircraft flies but just barely, hovering only a dozen feet off a military hangar floor during flight testing south of Los Angeles.

Still, the fact that the hulking 230-foot-long Aeroscraft could fly for just a few minutes represents a step forward in aviation, according to the engineers who developed it.

 

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HIGH-TECH CARGO AIRSHIP BEING BUILT IN CALIFORNIA

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January 4, 2013

 

A massive cargo-carrying airship has taken shape inside one of the 17-story wooden blimp hangars at the former military base in Tustin. According to aircraft maker Worldwide Aeros Corp., construction is complete on a 36,000-pound blimp-like aircraft designed for the military to carry tons of cargo to remote areas around the world.

 

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CONSTRUCTION IS COMPLETE ON BEHEMOTH

AIRSHIP; FIRST FLIGHT PLANNED

May 10, 2013

 

Lighter-than-air flight systems were developed more than a century ago and, for the most part, were considered obsolete after World War II. But the military and some commercial ventures have taken up a new generation of hybrid airships that are a far cry from the zeppelins or dirigibles seen in the old black-and-white newsreels -- or even the modern blimps seen floating over sporting events.

 

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WINDPOWER: HAVE YOU HEARD OF AEROSCRAFT?

June 3, 2013

 

The transportation of windpower components from factory floor to project site is a primary challenge for the industry. It can only get worse as turbine components are built larger. Today, massive trucks and specialty rail cars haul components across the country under strict guidelines and over tricky routes that can include an inch of clearance here or a tight turn there.

 

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VETERAN LIGHTER-THAN-AIR PILOT TALKS

TO NPR'S "THE STORY"

May 30, 2013

 

In a World War II era blimp hangar in California, a prototype of a new kind of aircraft, the “Aeroscraft” is being tested.  It’s a space-age looking machine that’s almost as big as a football field and able to carry 50 tons or more. The pilot, Corky Belanger, says that for a hundred years, engineers couldn’t figure out how to make a device like this because of the way a blimp is designed.

 

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UP-CLOSE: WORLD'S FIRST FLOATING

SUPER-ZEPPELIN

June 13, 2013

 

Bloomberg Businessweek visits the California headquarters of Aeros, where the aircraft manufacturer is building a blimp-like cargo vehicle capable of transporting massive loads.

 

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DAWN OF THE DIRIGIBLES: THE NEW AGE OF THE AIRSHIP?

June 21, 2013

 

Once upon a time, the airship was hailed as the future of flight: as glamorous, luxurious and fashionable as the Art Deco era which marked its heyday. But a series of disasters, not least the crash of the Hindenburg in New Jersey, in 1937, with the loss of 36 lives, put paid to the dreams of intercontinental Zeppelin travel.

 

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AEROS IN THE NEWS 2013:

AEROS'S PASTERNAK ON HELIUM CARGO BLIMPS

June 17th, 2013

 

Igor Pasternak, founder of air-cargo transportation company Aeros Corp., talks about the company's plans to create a market for helium-filled cargo airships. Pasternak speaks from the Paris Air Show with Erik Schatzker and Sara Eisen on Bloomberg Television's "Market Makers.

 

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AEROSTATS COULD MAKE HEAVY CARGO FLY

June 19th, 2013

 

Worldwide Aeros’s Aeroscraft cargo-carrying airship could change the way transport logistics have traditionally been done with airplanes, trains, ships, trucks and other vehicles.

 

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WHY BLIMPS ARE BETTER THAN AIRPLANES

March 15th, 2013

 

Zeppelins (blimps) were first flown commercially in 1910 by Deutsche Luftschiffahrts-AG (DELAG), the world's first airline in revenue service. Blimps are back, and they can do a lot more than advertise for tire companies.

 

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BLIMPS MORPH INTO CARGO HAULERS

AS MAKER SEES REVOLUTION

June 13th, 2013

 

Inside a decommissioned military hangar in Tustin, California, about 30 miles south of Los Angeles, sits what at first glance looks like the world’s biggest Mylar balloon.

 

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AEROS RISES TO THE OCCASION WITH UNIQUE AIRSHIP DESIGN

June 17th, 2013

 

California-based Aeros is making its first Paris air show appearance and is pushing its Aeroscraft concept, a vertical take-off and landing vehicle designed to transport oversized cargo loads without the requirement for a runway.

 

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LOGISTICS AT THE EDGE

June 5, 2013

 

As American forces continue the shift to the Pacific, SOF will face logistics constraints in the region. Aeroscraft Founder and CEO Igor Pasternak champions his airship as a vehicle that can assist with this historic shift.

 

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DOD: RIGID-HULL HYBRID AIR VEHICLE

TECHNOLOGY DEMO ACHIEVED OBJECTIVES

July 4, 2013

 

The Pentagon has deemed a demonstration of a rigid-hull, variable-buoyancy hybrid air vehicle a "success," noting that the program designed to address some of the most significant challenges facing heavy lift airships has achieved its objectives.

 

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THE U.S MILITARY'S PROTOTYPE FOR A FLYING SUBMARINE

April 24, 2013

 

Inside a World War II-era blimp hangar in Tustin, California, the future of aviation is preparing for liftoff

 

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AEROSCRAFT GAINS HOUSE AND SENATE BACKING

July 22, 2013

 

The Aeroscraft is a new type of rigid variable buoyance air vehicle currently under-development by California headquartered Aeros. The Aeroscraft has the ability to lift and offload heavy cargoes without the need to re-ballast, fly over 3,000 nautical miles, as well as achieve vertical landing and takeoff over unprepared services.

 

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HOW LONG BEFORE THE GULF HAS FLYING HOTELS

July 9, 2013

 

It might sound like something from The Jetsons cartoon series, but US firm Aeroscraft, which manufacturers airships, says a flying hotel is possible.

 

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BLIMPS TO DEFEND WASHINGTON, D.C. AIRSPACE

July 25, 2013

 

Blimps are experiencing a bit of a renaissance. Montabello, Calif.-based Aeros recently said it was working on a rigid airship that could fly like a plane and float like a balloon.

 

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MOVE OVER ANTONOV

July 26, 2013

 

PICTURE a scene in which airships drift serenely across the skies, delivering cargo direct to factories, construction sites, even urban locations, and you might think that you are in a 1920s science fiction movie. Yet if Igor Pasternak inventor of Aeroscraft has his way, this is the new frontier in air logistics.

 

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AEROS PLANS CERTIFICATION DRIVE FOR ML866

July 22, 2013

 

California-based Worldwide Aeros plans to begin operating a fleet of certifcated rigid-aeroshell variable buoyancy airships within three years, but under a different set of airworthiness standards.

 

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THE SUPER BLIMP THAT SENDS

CARGO ABOVE THE CLOUDS

August 9, 2013

 

Bloomberg Businessweek visits the California headquarters of Aeros, where the aircraft manufacturer is building a blimp-like cargo vehicle capable of transporting massive loads.

 

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DREAM MACHINE BEING BUILT IN TUSTIN

August 9, 2013

 

Igor Pasternak knows what he's trying to do with his massive silvery airship, a handmade flying contraption that looks like it was ripped from a sci-fi movie.

 

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April, 2013

 

Imagine taking off and landing vertically like a helicopter while transporting up to 500 tons of cargo. The Aeroscraft ML866, a 260-ft. prototype vehicle with a 66-ton payload is the first in a series that promises aircraft capable of transporting 200-ton and 500-ton payloads in the future. The design is just as impressive as its strength.

 

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THE AEROSCRAFT: A HIGH-TECH AIRSHIP

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January 24, 2013

 

The Aeroscraft, a high-tech prototype airship, rests in a World War II-era hangar on Jan. 24 in Tustin, Calif. Work is almost complete on the 230-foot airship, a prototype for future craft that will slash costs for moving heavy cargo around the world.

 

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ENTREPENEUR OUT TO PROVE HIS

ZEPPELIN IDEA IS MORE THAN HOT AIR

 

September 5, 2013

 

Few believed he could pull it off, but Igor Pasternak is about to begin test flights of a cargo-carrying airship that takes off and lands with a helicopter's precision.

 

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THIS HUGE ZEPPELIN COULD REVO LUTIONIZE THE SHIPPING INDUSTRY

 

 

September 9, 2013

 

There are plenty of ways to move cargo around the planet, but none is perfect. Planes require long quality runways and a lot of ground infrastructure to support their use. Ships are slow and can't travel far inland. Trucks are small.

 

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AEROSCRAFT BEGINS FLIGHT TESTING  FOLLOWING FAA CERTIFICATION

September 8, 2013

 

After a 70-year absence, it appears that a new rigid frame airship will soon be taking to the skies over California.

 

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TUSTIN FIRM MOVES CLOSER TO FLIGHT TESTING BLIMP STYLE CARGO AIRCRAFT

 

 

September 9, 2013

 

An Orange County aerospace firm will soon begin flight tests for a new high-tech blimp-style aircraft designed to carry oversized cargo.

 

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September 11, 2013

 

Tustin: An  experimental cargo airship takes a test run  outside a blimp hanger at the former Tustin Marine Corps Air Station. More photos

 

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AEROSCRAFT-MEGA AIRSHIP IN THE AIR IN TUSTIN, CALIFORNIA

 

 

September 11, 2013

 

Two days after receiving experimental airworthiness certification from the Federal Aviation Administration Aeros Corp. began flight-testing the Aeroscraft airship. For safety, the current flights are tethered, and, according to John Kiehle, communications director at Aeros, untethered flights are expected to follow within few weeks. Francis Govers of Gizmag reports.

 

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THE ALUMINUM AIRSHIP OF THE FUTURE HAS FINALLY FLOWN

 

 

September 13, 2013

 

There was once a time when man looked to the skies and expected to see giant balloons rather than airplanes drifting above. The Hindenburg Disaster promptly put an end to those dreams. But nearly a century later, one company may have finally figured out how to build a dirigible suitable for the 21st century. Just don't call it a blimp.

 

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September 13, 2013

 

A pioneering aviation firm hopes to bring back the zeppelin airships in a bid to revolutionise the global market in transporting freight.

 

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VIDEO: REVOLUTIONARY AEROSCRAFT UNDERGOES TESTING

 

 

September 11, 2013

 

A pioneering aviation In Orange County this morning, an innovative blimp-like airship is being prepared for its maiden test flight. It's call the Aeroscraft, and it blends old and new technology in an attempt to create a lighter-than-air cargo hauler that can deliver goods to rural Alaska, or downtown LA.

 

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CAN THE ZEPPELIN-LIKE AEROSCRAFT CHANGE THE SHIPPING INDUSTRY

 

September 17, 2013

 

With an approach to buoyancy that's borrowed from submarines, a scrappy California company attempts to fulfill a century-old vision of cargo ships in the sky. Meet the team behind the Aeroscraft, which flew outside its hangar for the first time last week.

 

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AIRSHIP 2.0: INSIDE THE LIGHTER-THAN AIR REVIVAL

September 11, 2013

 

Seventy-five years after the Hindenburg disaster eliminated zeppelins from the skies, a southern California company wants to bring them back. The Aeroscraft airship from Montebello, Calif.-based Worldwide Aeros Corp. utilizes new technology to avoid the problems of old zeppelins and become the future of air transportation.

 

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MAKING A COMEBACK: AEROSCRAFT AIRSHIP IS THE FUTURE OF AIR TRANSPOTATION,  SAYS CALIFORNIA COMPANY

AEROS GAINS AIRWORTHINESS WITH

CERTIFICATE FOR NEW HYBRID

 

September 6, 2013

 

The US Federal Aviation Administration has cleared Aeros to operate planned research flights of a new kind of hybrid, heavy-lift airship.

 

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GREAT AMERICAN AIRSHIP NO LAUGHING MATTER

 

September 23, 2013

 

Air travel is about to take another giant leap of faith. Watch out everyone, an American company is bringing back the Zeppelin.

 

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AEROSCRAFT STARTS FLIGHT TESTING

September 2013

 

The flight crew for the tests was Chief Test Pilot - Alfred 'Corky' Belanger, Test Pilot -Gen. Raymond Johns and Flight Test Engineer - Igor Pasternak.

 

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AIRSHIPS INDUSTRY LOOKS TO BUILD

TRANSPORTATION NETWORD IN MANITOBA

 

October 2013

 

Sunlight streams from a 25-foot-by-25 foot hole above the damaged Aeroscraft helium filled Zeppelin in the Tustin hangar Monday mornig after sectio o trof collapsed.

 

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REVOLUTINARY $35M AIRSHIP DAMAGED AS TEROF OF ITS WORLD WAR II ERA MILITARY HANGAR COLLAPSES

 

October 7, 2013

 

A $35 million experimental military airship was damaged Monday when part of the World War II era blimp hangar in which it is stored collapsed, causing the dirigible to spew helium.

 

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HIGH-TECH CARGO BLIMP GETTING BUILT

 

October 25, 2013

 

The Defense Department has ordered a prototype of a high-tech cargo blimp from a California company. The aircraft is designed to land like a helicopter and carry heavy and oversize cargo to places where infrastructure is limited.

 

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ZEPPELINS SEEN HAULING CATERPILLARS TO MINE SIBERIA

November 27, 2013

 

Robin Young of Amur Minerals Corp. wants to dig for nickel and copper in Siberia where forbidding winters and poor roads make it tough to haul in equipment. His best option: fly it in with zeppelins.

 

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CAN AIRSHIPS REVOLUTIONIZE TRANSPORTATION IN WORLD'S HARSHEST ENVIRONMENTS?

December 10, 2013

 

U.S.-based airship company Aeros and Icelandic airline Icelandair Cargo, say they have signed an agreement with hopes of establishing a partnership to develop new air freight service across the Arctic region.

 

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100 innovations that will shape the future. And the Aeroscraft is one of those innovations

 

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AEROSCRAFT CORPORATION AND CAE SIGN MOU

November 20, 2013

 

Aeroscraft Corporation, the innovator of a new variable-­-buoyancy cargo airship known as the Aeroscraft, has signed a memorandum of understanding with flight simulator company CAE to explore potential business relationships leading to the development and delivery of simulation based training for Aeroscraft's new aircraft.

 

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December 2013

 

Full page spread featuring the 'Dragon Dream' and Worldwide Aeros' plans for the future

 

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CARGOLUX BOARD APPROVES PARTNERSHIP WITH CHINESE INVESTOR HENAN

December 13, 2013

 

Cargolux Airlines International SA, Europe’s biggest freight-only carrier, said today its board has backed a cooperation agreement with the Chinese group buying a 35 percent stake held by the Luxembourg government.

 

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AEROS AND CARGOLUX TO PARTNER UP

December 13, 2013

 

Cargolux and Aeros are working together to explore a strategic partnership that provides new vertical airfreight logistical services and intermodal standard container transportation solutions.

 

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ZEPPELIN AIRSHIPS TO RETURN TO EUROPE'S SKIES (VIDEO)

December 22, 2013

 

The latest incarnations of the iconic wartime dirigible, however, are being built in California under a partnership with US firm Aeroscraft Corporation. The airships, which can take off and land vertically, will be 554ft long and have a carrying capacity of 65 tonnes. There are plans for a version that can carry 250 tonnes. The Zeppelins will also have a cruising speed of up to 120 knots and a range of 3,100 nautical miles.

 

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THE MOST MONSTROUS MACHINES OF THE YEAR

December 31, 2013

 

The future is all around us. From medical miracles that could cure our most deadly diseases to transportation revolutions that will change how we travel around the planet, these are the ten most impressive cutting-edge machines we've covered this year.

 

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76 YEARS AFTER THE HINDENBURG, CAN AIRSHIPS MAKE A COMEBACK?

December 18, 2013

 

Why are airships the dream that never dies? After three-quarters of a century of neglect, only a few dozen airships remain in the world today. But if two companies succeed, that number will soon double, and airships will be hauling hundreds of tons of cargo from the Arctic to the Amazon.

 

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January 22, 2013

 

Bloomberg Television looks at the history and future of airships.

 

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AEROSCRAFT ZAPPELIN COULD REVOLUTIONISE AIR TRAVEL, HUMANITARIAN AID AND EVEN WARFARE

 

 

November 11, 2013

 

An American company is promising to revolutionise air travel with a gargantuan hydrogen filled, bullet-proof zeppelin.

 

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ROOF FAILURE AT TUSTIN BASE DAMAGES AIRSHIP

 

October 12, 2013

 

First Nations groups in Manitoba want that to change, especially for remote areas and industry from Europe and the United States say they can help. Crystal Goomansingh reports.

 

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AEROSCRAFT

 

November 2013

 

The history of airship travel could be about to take a new and rather impressive turn following the maiden flight of Dragon Dram.

 

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