Luxury airship will fly to the North Pole
The Swedish aviation company has announced that it will begin flights to the North Pole by 2024. The flights will be carried out on super-luxury airships. The Scandinavian company has been engaged in reducing carbon dioxide emissions in the aviation industry for many years. One of the company’s recent discoveries is a special mixture of non-flammable gases lighter than air, the production of which is much cheaper than the commonly used helium.
Taking this into account, OceanSky plans to revolutionize the aviation industry and use its super-luxury airships to create a cruise transportation network without emissions of harmful substances. Naturally, airships do not need landing pads or special ports for docking, as is the case with boats or airplanes. Structures powered by an innovative mixture will be able to reach even the most remote corners of the world without compromising the environment.
Each airship will have eight double cabins of 10 m2 each, which will be equipped with large panoramic windows, a private bathroom and a dressing room. The floor of the main deck of the airship will be additionally glazed, which will allow passengers to admire the landscape during the trip. The company will make its first flight to the North Pole. The route from the Norwegian province of Svalbard is expected to last up to 38 hours. The crew and passengers will spend six hours at the pole itself.