Recent Examples of airship from the Web
Independently of that, Mr. Page has two flying-car startups, and Google’s other co-founder, Sergey Brin, is privately funding an airship.
Crossing the Atlantic by airship, in about 2½ days, seemed amazing.
Like a prehistoric beast, the giant airship waddles down the runway, six hours from London.
With the aid of an airship, police searched for the suspects, but were unsuccessful in finding them.
Last October, Savannah James, Akron businesswoman, philanthropist and LeBron James' wife, christened the airship.
As the technology improved, internal combustion engines got the world moving and quickly ended up in buses, trucks, boats, airships and tractors, some of which are on display here.
A crust of ice began to form on the airship’s giant balloon.
The addition ends up being worthwhile because there is so much desert to cover; not to mention forests, palace hallways, science-fantasy airship interiors, and dungeons.
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