|The Goodyear Blimp is Technically No More as the Last True Blimp is Retired
By: The Drum
The 92-year-old asset will live on in airship form, but will always be called the Goodyear Blimp.
The Goodyear Airship doesn’t sound quite right, does it?
And yet if Goodyear was to be pedantic, that’s technically what it will be from now on.
That’s because the tire and rubber company said goodbye to one of its infamous blimps – and the last of its GZ-20 models – to make room for a more modern fleet of airships with semi-rigid bodies that are bigger, faster and quieter.
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