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During its long operational history, Goodyear has built and operated more than 300 lighter-than-air vehicles since 1917, including two large rigid airships the USS Macon and USS Akron.
During its long operational history, Goodyear has built and operated more than 300 lighter-than-air vehicles since 1917, including two large rigid airships - the U.
The Company is based in England, has a newly-opened manufacturing facility in Virginia, and it has been in operation since 1978, specializing in the design, manufacturing, and type-certifying of a wide variety of lighter-than-air vehicles, including hot air balloons, gas balloons, thermal airships, and aerostats.
About The Stratellite[TM] A descendant of the large rigid airships of the early 20th century, the Sanswire Stratellite[TM] is an advanced rigid composite lighter-than-air vehicle designed to operate as an unmanned, autonomous or remotely piloted system at stratospheric altitudes.
Lighter-Than-Air Vehicle Completes Successful Test Flights MOYOCK, N.
Worldwide AEROS Corporation, headquartered in Canoga Park, California, is one of the world's leading producers of lighter-than-air vehicles.
CO(2) is critical to the enhanced oil recovery industry (EOR), while Helium is indispensable for such applications as commercial welding, MRI processing in hospitals, the success of NASA space shuttle missions, lighter-than-air vehicles, and research using superconducting magnets.
In North Carolina, CargoLifter will build and maintain its cargo-carrying lighter-than-air vehicles, train crews and technicians and pursue airship research and development projects at the state's major universities.