SKYSHIP

 

500 | 500 HL | 600 | 1000

 

LTA - Lighter Than Air - Mission Platform

 

Security, Surveillance and Camera Platforms

 

Ever since the first airship flight in 1852, these aerial vehicles have been used in security and surveillance operations all over the world.

 

In modern days airships provide for a unique and stable platform for sensitive sensors, gyro-stabilized cameras, radio and/or video relays and down links for numerous civilian and military operations. High lift capability, long flight endurance, low vibration, low maintenance and spacious interiors are just some of the qualities why airships are chosen by Police, Armed forces and Scientist all over the world.

 

During the past 100 years, airships have played an important role in the security of borders, ports, political and sporting events such as the Olympics and others.

 

Skyship Cruise Ltd operated both of its Skyship 600s for the 2004 Olympics in Athens. Serial number 1215-05 as a security aerial vehicle in conjunction with the local police force and the other 1215-02 as a camera platform for the broadcasting firm NBC.

 

 

Passenger Flights

 

Airship Passenger Flights the general public the fascinating opportunity to fly onboard its Skyship 600 Airship.

 

 

 

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Whether to rise above the competition, launch a new product, promote corporate image or name recognition, our airships offer the flexibility to deliver the message in many ways.

 

Choose from the Skyship 600’s first class corporate interior. We can help develop the right airship project for your needs, whether short term or long term.

 

 

Technical specs

Dimensions

Hull volume 7200 m³

Carrier gasHelium (non-flammable)

Length 61 m

Height 20.3 m

Max. hull diameter 15.3 m

Cabin length 11.6 m

Cabin width 2.6 m

Seats2 + max. 13

Standard atmosphere, flight altitude 900 m

Max. load 1'200 kg

Max. available fue l600 kg

 

Engines

Number of engines 2

Power 2 x 225/250 PS

 

Performance

Speed (no wind) 0 up to 80 km/h /50 kts

Cruising speed 50 km/h / 30 kts

Max. range (standard configuration) 1000 km

DiNelly Aircraft Inc.

302A W. 12th St. # 308

New York, NY 10014

U.S.

 

Mail: contact@dinelly-exogyro.com

Web: www.dinelly-exogyro.com

 

Director: Mr. Richard Waidhofer

CEO: Mr. Richard Waidhofer

 

Aviation design engineer: Mr. Richard Waidhofer

 

Richard Waidhofer Licensor of:

DiNelly - eXoGyro System

DiNelly - Emily

DiNelly - Huxly

DiNelly - UG1- Lilly

DiNelly - LPOA -Lucy

DiNelly - JLTA - Nelly

DiNelly - Molly

DiNelly - Charly

DiNelly - Rotorblades

Field of activity of DiNelly

- AEROSPACE

- DEFENSE

- COMMERCIAL

- EMERGING TECHNOLOGIES

- AIRCRAFT CONSTRUCTIION

- INNOVATION

- OFF-SITE SERVICE

- FIREFIGHTING EQUIPMENT

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Perry DiClemente
Hermann Künkler - WAIDHOFER-exogyro
Peter Göllner - WAIDHOFER eXoGyro

Peter Göllner

Aerial Sensing | CASO

Geodesy engineer

Perry DiClemente

Aircraft design

Aviation engineer

Hermann Künkler

Engineering | certification

Aviation engineer

Jörn Follmer - WAIDHOFER-exogyro

Jörn Follmer

Sales executive | CSO

MBA business economist

Richard Waidhofer

Richard Waidhofer

Product Owner | CEO

Aviation design engineer

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