Slow journey times mean airships are highly unlikely to replace passenger jets, but, as Danny Bradbury discovers, a flotilla of new companies are convinced that low-fuel costs mean the old-fashioned aircraft could have huge appeal to freight operators
You may think the grand old days of airships are long gone, but with concern over aviation's carbon emissions mounting, a group of small companies is trying to bring them back in a reinvented form. ...
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All the winners and highly commended entries from the fifth annual BusinessGreen Technology Awards