Zeppelin NT

Wow, these people are brave. The Zeppelin Luftschiff-technik company in Germany (Makers of the old Hindenberg Zeppelin that crashed) have just obtained licensing approval for a new 12 passenger Zeppelin (filled with non-flammable helium this time) from the government. They are naming it Zeppelin NT. Scary name for an airship.

http://www.flatrock.org.nz/topics/flying/historic_craft_flies_again.htm
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