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Drones could replace helium blimps for advertising

In conversation with WYTV, it was discussed that there is a high possibility that helium propelled blimps that are used for advertising could soon be replaced by drones. Although the high helium price is one of the reasons, it is also because of the shortage of skilled people to fly these blimps.

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