Airship Hangar

Hangar, Airship

 

a structure for the construction, storage, and repair of dirigibles. An airship hangar is completely enclosed and is outfitted with equipment for assembling dirigibles and hooks for suspending the dirigibles in the upper part of the structure. In the 1970’s, some countries had small airship hangars and mooring masts for accommodating light semirigid dirigibles.

S. IA. MAKAROV

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Aria will also provide the RTA with certain ancillary services including the construction of an airship hangar.
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