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Inside you will find an extensive history relating to all of the British Airships from 1900 to the present day. The Trust is a charitable, not for profit, voluntary run organisation based in the U.K aiming to promote the interest and study in the history of airships and lighter than air travel, along with the preservation of Cardington airship station and its principal buildings

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2020 Airship Conference Call for papers - come and join us at the 2020 Joint Airship Convention in Bedford... more  
Airlander 10 production design "nose to tail" changes released... more
Limited Edition R-100 90th Anniversary Commemorative Cover available... more  
New Book Released: Line Squall by Enid Holmes .... more  
R101 Memorial... AHT organises and undertakes repairs to the historic monument ....more  

AHT Webshop is launched! - Checkout our new apparel in our webshop. With lots of choices of colours, there is plenty for every wardrobe ... more

 
RAF Cardington Memorial unveilling pictures added to Cardington page ...more  
Airship Navigator for sale - Excellent R101 Book get your copy here....more  
We are giving away 5 editions of Dirigible Magazine - they can be downloaded here....more  
R101 Public Inquiry Document added to the Learning Zone R101 Document archive ....more  
Plans of the Skyship 5000 / Sentinel 5000 found and added to the page .... more  
Updated pages on the R27 and R29... more  
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Did You Know...???
Airships can be divided up in to 3 categories. Rigid, semi-rigid and non-rigid. Rigid means that the airship contains a skeletal frame structure ("keel") and non-rigid means that it is devoid of internal structure.

 

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