By Leon Gettler
December 4, 2012
The dirigible airship, the oddball aircraft of another era, is making a comeback. California-based Aeros Corporation has created a prototype of its new breed of variable buoyancy aircraft and expects the vehicle to be finished before the end of 2012. With its new cargo handling technology, minimum fuel consumption, vertical take-off and landing features and point to point delivery, the Aeroscraft platform promises to revolutionize airship technology. . . . Read Complete Report
Published on Jul 17, 2012
A hybrid airship coming soon may be the future of luxury travel. It’s an airborne hotel with large staterooms, dining areas, theaters, and casinos.