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News: Hybrid Air Vehicles Unveils Interiors For Airlander 10

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  1. Interior Concepts Revealed For Airlander 10
    By now you should be familiar with the Airlander 10 which is this massive airship being developed by Hybrid Air Vehicles (HAV). To this stage despite the idea of a passenger airship as well as testing on the flight article we have not seen any recent interior concepts or renderings...until now. Hybrid Air Vehicles released a slew of recent interior renderings suggesting what the interior of the airship could be like.
  2. By 2025 HAV is looking to have a hybrid version of the Airlander 10 in operation. At that time it is expected to be available with 100 seat passenger capacity in a hybrid-electric configuration. HAV suggests the aircraft will emit 90% fewer emissions than a conventionally power aircraft in similar role. By 2030, the company is hoping to have a fully-electric version available to the market. The interior concepts showcase luxurious concepts which emphasize enjoying the journey in style and comfort rather than simply getting there fast. The floor-to-ceiling windows are a focal point, providing passengers with incredible views and natural light.
  3. This cabin offering is ideally suited to inter-city mobility applications like Liverpool to Belfast and Seattle to Vancouver, which Airlander can service with a tiny fraction of the emissions of current air options. Inter-city transport represents 40% of the forecast Urban Air Mobility market by 2050, equivalent to $36bn. It hasn't been a smooth road for HAV and the Airlander 10. The airship has experienced a couple mishaps in the past during testing including a high-profile crash as well as being damaged when it untethered from a mooring. The Airlander 10 has been on the cards for a while now, let's see if 2025 is the year it can finally enter service.

    For more information:

    Hybrid Air Vehicles Ltd
    Technology House
    239 Ampthill Road

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