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Airship Ventures, the Mountain View company that took passengers on joy rides in what it billed as the world’s largest passenger airship, the Zeppelin Eureka, is closing, the firm said Thursday.

Company officials said they would cease operations out of Moffett Field immediately and plan to provide refunds to customers who have already booked flights.

Founded in 2007, Airship Ventures focused on taking passengers “flightseeing” in the Eureka, a Zeppelin NT (new technology) built in Friedrichshafen, Germany. There are only two like it in the world – here and in Germany. 1

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  1. In tangentially related news, the Tacocopter concept has yet to take off. I swear…if it’s not one thing, it’s another.

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    1. That’s rather disappointing; I hadn’t thought you a bigot. Goldman-Saches is merely a game the little kids play during Aseret Yemei Teshuva

      Shame on you.

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