A zeppelin biz takes flight

Airship Ventures, a San Francisco startup, recently launched the only zeppelin flying in the U.S. Hop aboard our tour.

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Husband-and-wife team Brian and Alex Hall caught the zeppelin bug after a trip to Germany in 2006, where Brian rode one of the ships created by a local manufacturer. Only three zeppelins worldwide, including the Halls' Eureka, are currently flying.
By Brown Cannon III, photographer

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