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Zeppelin NT (NT07) - Original Livery

uploaded by Kenny1999 11 months ago

The Zeppelin NT ("Neue Technologie", German for new technology) is a class of helium-filled airships being manufactured since the 1990s by the German company Zeppelin Luftschifftechnik GmbH (ZLT) in Friedrichshafen.[1] The initial model is the NT07. The company considers itself the successor of the companies founded by Ferdinand von Zeppelin which constructed and operated the very successful Zeppelin airships in the first third of the 20th century. There are, however, a number of notable differences between the Zeppelin NT and the airships of those days, as well as between the Zeppelin NT and usual non-rigid airships known as blimps. The Zeppelin NT is classified as a semi-rigid airship.[2]

There are various roles for the Zeppelin NT, traditional roles have been used for aerial tourism purposes and for conducting passenger services. The hull surfaces of the aircraft have also been used for advertising purposes. The Zeppelin NT have also been used for observation platforms, such as for aerial photographers and by television commentators covering major events. Due to their capability for low-vibration flight for up to 24 hours at a time, ZLG considers the airships suitable for research missions for environmental observation, troposphere research and natural resources prospecting.

- Wikipedia

This build, is my attempt on building a proper zeppelin. Meaning, it uses less blocks, more smoother, uses of scaling blocks, etc. With these types of builds, and the difference with builds in the older days, we used lots of wood in the older days, now we use scale blocks to minimize the block count. But using scale blocks, meaning, the airship will not be burnable and will not recreate Hindenburg disaster. Airships in itself should not recreate Hindenburg disaster, instead it should be avoided. Making a disaster of the past would make airships a bad image to the victims of Hindenburg, R101, Roma, Shenandoah, etc.


p = unpin
x = engine
z = accelerate
i/k = vtol control
j/l = yaw control
b = camera

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