We are continuing our You Tube Airship roundup with another 5 videos that we found. The first one is again a historical Video from the 1930s. A report about the Akron, and how she was damaged by a gale
The second video is a short amateur video of a flight in a hot-air blimp, showing start and landing, in flight inside and from the ground.
In our third video we are going the historic route again with a short clip from Curly's Airships a Project about the British R101 airship.
Number four takes us back to New York and the arrival of the Hindenburg, after the fastest Atlantic crossing ever made by a commercial passenger aircraft.
Last but not least we come back to current times and come full circle with this last Video of the Goodyear blimp landing. Why full circle, you might think, well because it was Paul Boldt who started this by posting on the Airshiplist and he won, a flight in the Goodyear blimp, and has captured his experience in a Photo gallery. Check them out here, you have to register to see it, but it's painless and only takes a few seconds.
That's it those are the videos we wanted to share with you tonight, are there videos you like to share? Send them to us or post them in the comments. Do you have your own videos on YouTube and we haven't found them yet, tell us write us an email. We love to see what you have, even if it's not videos if you have pictures of airships or a website that you would like us to mention, drop us a line and we can work something out. Oh and in case you have not read the previous post here is a link to it.
YouTube Airship stuff - part 1
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