A British StartUp wants you to go from Barcelona to Palma de Mallorca by airship to reduce CO2 emissions

This StartUp wants to bring back the airships to carry passengers on short trips, and one of its proposals is to go from Barcelona to Palma de Mallorca in four and a half hours.

Surely when they talk to you about traveling by airship or zeppelin you remember the last flight of the LZ 129 Hindenburg in 1937, one of the greatest tragedies in aviation and that put an end to the use of these aircraft to carry passengers.

So it’s really surprising that a British startup just announced who are preparing to launch a network of airships for short-distance trips and that they will allow to eliminate carbon emissions and thus contribute to the environment, reports The Guardian.

So thinks the so-called StartUp Hybrid Air Vehicles (HAV) which aims to help the aviation industry by replacing common aircraft with its Airlander airships, at least for short-range flights.

In some examples for the use of their airships to cover short distances they have appointed traveling from Oslo to…

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