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British made helium airships to fly across Spain

Spain's Air Nostrum has become the first airline to reserve 100-seat helium airships that emit just one tenth of harmful emissions produced by jet planes. Air Nostrum signed a deal to lease 10 Airlanders scheduled for delivery from 2026 onwards in a transaction worth over US$600 million. Airships could become a significant new source of helium demand later this decade. LTA (Lighter Than Air) Research, a company owned by Google co-founder Sergey Brin aims to build the longest US Airship that has flown since the 1930s.

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