You are here


D-01 Air-supported shelter for a small-volume airship

The present paper offers a design of an air-supported shelter for a small-volume airship by an example of a hangar for the Au-12 F airship with a volume of 1,000 cu. m.

Existing Manufacturing and Maintenance Facilities

The following list comprises the remaining manufacturing or maintenance facilities built specifically for larger airships, which are still in existence (although probably not in a good state of repair), and still have sufficient access space for an airship to enter or exit the facility

Airship Manufacturing and Maintenance Facilities

The availability of suitable facilities for the construction and annual maintenance of airships or LTA vehicles is of utmost importance to the airship industry.  The historic sheds and hangars that were built during the first great period of experimentation with the airship concept are rare, with the majority that are still in existence being in the USA (s

Shed One Cardington Refurbishment Starts

The refurbishment of Shed One at Cardington, Bedfordshire, UK commenced at the begining of August. The shed roof will be replaced first. The entire project, which will see all new cladding installed, is expcected to take between 18 and 24 months.

Look for an article on the refurbishment in the December issue of AIRSHIP.

Theme by Danetsoft and Danang Probo Sayekti inspired by Maksimer