A powerful airship over Wrocław. See Goodyear Blimp in film and photos – NeeWS

The world’s largest aircraft stopped at the Szymanów airport near Wrocław. Although it is impossible to get close to it and go on board, it can be photographed in the sky, flying past characteristic buildings in Wrocław.

Goodyear Blimp is currently flying over the center of Wrocław, and then it will head towards the stadium. In the afternoon, he will travel to Copenhagen, where he will accompany the first-ever Pure ETCR electric touring car competition there.

The Goodyear Blimp airship is 75 meters long. It can take two pilots and a maximum of fourteen passengers on board. The airship has a top speed of 125 km / h. Its target cruising altitude is around 300 meters.

The ship is powered by three 4-cylinder 200 HP engines that are located on both sides of the shell and on the tail. Thanks to the drive, it can maneuver very efficiently in the air and quickly move between planned locations during mass events.

Interestingly, Goodyear’s airships have been appearing on top sports and cultural events in the US for over 100 years. In Europe, the first of them has been flying regularly for only a year. It was he who appeared in Wrocław.

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