Category Archives: ZEPPELIN POST JOURNAL
ShareNature Starts Work On Hindenburg Ruins LAKEHURST, N. J., May 25 OW.—A survivor of the Hindenburg crew espied a mother robin building a nest in the blackened skeleton of the once majestic airship and saw in it a good omen. … Continue reading
Share51 collectors at the ZEPPELIN STUDY GROUP meeting at BALPEX! What a great meeting and show.
ShareOn this day, 75 years ago, zeppelin airship LZ-129 Hindenburg was scheduled to fly from Frankfurt to Berlin and back to Frankfurt. This Germany Flight was in connection with the May 1 (May Day) celebrations, a public holiday in Germany. … Continue reading
Share75 years ago, on 8 July 1936, Frankfurt Rhein Main airport was officially opened. A Junkers Ju 52 Auntie Ju / Tante Ju aiplane was the first aircraft to land at Frankfurt Rhein Main airport. Later on that day, airship … Continue reading
ShareZLT Zeppelin Luftschifftechnik from Friedrichshafen is selling three zeppelin NT airships to Goodyear. Further details in the press release: ZLT Zeppelin Luftschifftechnik aus Friedrichshafen verkauft drei Zeppelin NT Luftschiffe an Goodyear. Weitere Informationen in der Pressemitteilung: http://www.zeppelinflug.de/dateien/pressemitteilungen/D/goodyearkauft3zeppelinnt.pdf
ShareDear Aerophilatelist, do you know what happened today in history 75 and 100 years ago? Well, 75 years ago, on 10 April 1936, LZ-129 HINDENBURG arrived back at Friedrichshafen, the airship was returning from the first South America Flight 1936, … Continue reading
ShareOn the day 100 years ago, on 18 February 1911, a mail bag with approximately 6.000 covers was flown by French pilot Henri Pequet from Allahabad to Naini, India. This small hop of only five miles made history: It was … Continue reading