What is the cleanest way to travel? What if you could fly with a fraction of the carbon emissions of a conventional airplane?
Moreover, what if you could cruise through the clouds with almost zero noise?
And, what if you could board your aircraft without first having to navigate a sprawling airport and all its associated infrastructure?
Airlander 10 – The future of zero-carbon aviation
The futuristic-styled airship comfortably seats up to 100 passengers and has a spacious cabin where everyone gets direct access to the aisle. Floor-to-ceiling windows give all passengers incredible views while letting plenty of natural light into the vehicle.
On short-haul flights, the Airlander 10 is capable of slashing carbon emissions by up to 90% compared to a regular aircraft.
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Less affected by cross-winds than regular aircraft, it can turn into the wind and take off in any direction. The same goes for ease of landing. Airlander airships can fly point-to-point rather than relying on traditional infrastructures such as airports.
All that is needed is a flat open space of at least 600 meters diameter. Which can be on any surface such as grass, sand, or water.
This allows Airlander 10 to be able to take travelers to some of the farthest corners of the world.