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  • A-class US blimp WWI see DN-1
  • AD-1: British commercial airship 1929
  • Adjudant Reau: French airship 1911; 21 hrs airborne
  • America: US airship 1906
  • AP-1: SS-class airship, mothership for BE.2c fighter, 1915 only trials
  • Ariel: French ballons 1938
  • Astra Torres
  • Atlantic: US balloon 1859
  • Avorio-Prassone: Italian balloon 1915
  • B-class: USN-blimps 1917: Goodyear B-1 - B-9; Goodrich B-10 - B-14; Connecticut B-15 - B-16; Goodyear B-17 - B-19 (rebuilt); Goodyear B-20 bigger other design (B-1 5/1917, ... B-17 rebuilt from B-?, B-18 rebuilt from B-?, B-19 rebuilt from B-?, ...)
  • Baldwin US Military 1: 1908
  • Baldwin 2: 1908, US reconnaissance airship
  • Baldwin 3: 1909, US reconnaissance airship
  • Boemches: Austro-Hungarian (k.u.k.) airship, system "Hauptmann Boemches", 1912
  • C-class: US blimps, in srevice from late 1918, Goodyear C-1, -3, -4, -5, -7, -8; Goodrich C-2, -6, -9, -10
  • California Arrow: 1904
  • Caquot-balloons: French 1914
  • Citta di Milano: Italian airship 1913
  • City of New York: US balloon 1860, renamed Great Western
  • Clément-Bayard
  • Coastal-class (C-class)
  • Coastal Star-class (C*-class, C-Star-class)
  • Colonel Renard: French airship, 64.75 m, 4200 m³, 37.8 km/h, first flight 23.8.1909, rebuilt, 1910 delivered to French army
  • D-series: US blimps, 1919: Goodyear D-1, -3, -4; Goodrich D-2, -5; Goodyear D-6 new design 1920
  • Deutschland: German dirigible, 1896
  • DN-1 (A-class) 1916, unsuccessful US blimp
  • Drakballong m/09: Swedish balloons 1909, 5 built
  • E-series: 1 blimp (E-1), Goodyear built, 1919, commercial design, 2 seater
  • Entreprenant, L´: French reconnaissance balloon 1794
  • Espana: French airship, 84.75 m, 4200 m³, 11 oct 1909
  • Europa: commercial blimp 1972
  • Excelsior III: USAF experimental balloon 1960
  • Explorer II: US balloon 1935
  • F-1: US blimp, 1919, as E-1
  • Fältballong 1926: Swedish balloon 1926
  • Fältballong m/23: Swedish balloon 1923
  • Fästningsballong 1898: Swedish balloon 1898
  • Feldballon Typ A XII (Ae 850) 1917, German balloon
  • Fjällbäck Bastarden: in service in Sweden in 1914
  • G-class: USN blimps, G-1 (ex commercial Goodyear Defender) 1929, USN 1935; other design G-2 - G-8 since 1942; picture
  • Géant, Le: French balloon 1863
  • George IV Royal Coronation Balloon: British balloon 1821
  • Goodyear
  • Groß-Basenach
  • H-class: USA, blimp 1921 ausgeliefert
  • J-class: USA, blimps: J-1 1922, J-3 1926 ex TC-2 of US Army, J-4 new envelope + J-2 gondola
  • Jambo: British balloon 1963
  • K-class (ZNP-K)
  • Körting: k.u.k. airship 1911
  • Kronan 1909: Swedish balloons, 1909
  • Kulballong m/23: Swedish balloons, 1923
  • L-class: USN blimps (L-1 trainer 1938, L-2, L-3, L-4 ex-commercial Goodyear Resolute 2/1942 acquired, L-5 ex-commercial Goodyear Enterprise 2/1942 acquired, L-6 ex-commercial Goodyear Reliance 2/1942 acquired, L-7 ex-commercial Goodyear Rainbow 2/1942 acquired, L-8 ex-commercial Goodyear Ranger 2/1942 acquired, L-9, L-10. L-11, L-12, L-13, L-14, L-15, L-16, L-17, L-18, L-19, L-20, L-21, L-22), picture
  • Lebaudy-Julliot
  • Leonardo da Vinci: Italian airship, 1909
  • Lieutenant Chauré: French airship, 83.8 m, 8850 m³, 12 aout 1912
  • M-class: USN blimps, in service from october 1943, picture
  • M-class: (M-1 1912, ...) Italian airship night-bomber 70km/h 2000m Höhe 420km
  • M III: k.u.k. airship, system Körting; first flight 1911
  • M IV: k.u.k. airship 1912
  • Mammoth: British balloon 1862
  • Metalclad ZMC-2: USA, airship, 1929
  • Mineseeker: (mine seeker blimp) employed in Kosovo since October 2000. Lightship A-60+; Lightship A-150; picture, drawing official webpage
  • N-class: US blimps see ZPN-1
  • N: French barrier balloons 1917
  • N 1 Norge: ital airship 1924
  • N 4 Italia: ital airship 1928
  • Navy-1 (= Mayfly): British airship, did never fly.
  • No. 1: Japanese airship, Vickers Parseval type, 1921
  • No. 6: first flight 1916
  • No. 7: first flight 1917
  • No. 9r = R 9: British airship (HMA No. 9r) 1916
  • No. 23r = R 23: British training-airship 1917
  • No. 24r: British rigid airship 1917
  • No. 25r: British rigid airship 1917
  • North Sea = NS-class
  • Nulli Secundus: British airship
  • Nulli Secundus II: British airship
  • O-1: Italian built airship, 1919 to USN
  • Örnen: discovery balloon 1896
  • Parseval
  • R.26: British rigid airship 1918
  • R 27: British rigid airship 1918, as R 29 (R 23X-class), 400 kg bombs
  • R.29: British rigid airship 1918
  • R 31: British rigid airship 1918
  • R 32: British rigid airship 1919
  • R 33: British rigid airship 1919
  • R 34: British rigid airship 1919 (crossed the Atlantic Ocean)
  • R 36: British rigid airship 1921
  • R 38: British rigid airship 1921 (intended as US airship ZR-2)
  • R 80: British rigid airship 1920, 800 kg bombs, 1x2pdr & 7,62 mm MGs
  • R 100: British rigid cargo airship 1929
  • R 101: British rigid airship 1930
  • Renner Estaric 1: airship 1909
  • Renner Graz 2: airship 1910
  • Royal Vauxhall: brit balloon 1836
  • Santos-Dumont No.1: 9/1898
  • Santos-Dumont No. 2: 1899
  • Santos-Dumont No. 6: French airship 1901
  • Santos-Dumont No. 9:
  • S.C.A. 1: Italian built, delivered to Spain in 1922, based aboard Dedalo
  • S.C.A. 2: as S.C.A. 1
  • Schütte-Lanz
  • Sea Scout = SS-class
  • Skycruiser Corp./Airship Industries Skyship 600: 1984, advertising blimp
  • Skycruiser Corp./Airship Industries Skyship 600B Santos Dumont: 9/2003 delivered to USN
  • SR-1: British seni-rigid airship (Italian M-class) 1918
  • Sylph: British balloon 1848
  • TC-13: US Army blimp 1933
  • Temps, Le: French airship 1911
  • Tissandier: French airship 1914
  • Type 13: French airship 77.8 m; 9800 m³; 59.4 km/h first flight: 11 mars 1913
  • Ville de Bruxelles: 74.5 m, 8300 m³, 51.4 km/h, 11 july 1910
  • Ville de Lucerne: 60 m, 4500 m³, 24 july 1910
  • Ville de Nancy: 55 m, 3300 m³, 51.8 km/h, 27 jun 1909
  • Ville d´Orléans: French balloon 1870
  • Ville de Pau: French airship 55 m 3500 m³ first flight 4/2/1910
  • Ville de Paris I: 60.42 m, 3195 m³, 32.4 km/h, 11 oct 1906
  • Ville de Paris II: enlarged Ville de Paris I, 1908
  • Ville de Pau: 55 m, 3500 m³, 2 avril 1910
  • Willows I: 1905
  • Willows 2: 1909
  • Willows 3 City of Cardiff : 1910; car of Willows 2, modified; new envelope
  • Willows 4: British shipborne airship 1912
  • Willows 5: 1913
  • Willows No. 3 City of Cardiff: British airship, 1910, picture
  • Zeppelin
  • Zodiac, Zodiac-Vedette
  • ZP2K or ZSG-2 2400 lbs bombs/DC, 1951
  • ZP3K or ZSG-3: 907 kg bombs/DC, 1953
  • ZP2N-1: USN blimps, 1954, later redesignated ZPG-2, picture, where can I find a line drawing?
  • ZP2N-1W: AEW version of ZP2N-1, see ZPG-2W
  • ZP4K: first flight 12/1953, redesignated ZSG-4, 4 DC à 300 lbs = 1200 lbs total
  • ZP5K: first flight 7/1954, redesignated ZS2G-1, unarmed
  • ZPG-2W: AEW blimp, unarmed, 1954; originally ZP2N-1Ws, they were redesignated ZPG-2W in 1954 and EZ-1B in 1962.
  • ZPG-3W: 1958 USN AEW blimp, unarmed, 1962 EZ-1C, began flying barrier patrols in December 1959
  • ZPN-1-class: (first delivered ship: N-1) 1951, 1954 redesignated ZPG-1
  • ZR 1 Shenandoah: US rigid airship, built after model of German LZ 96 (L49), picture
  • ZR 2 = British R-38
  • ZR 3 Los Angeles: see Zeppelin LZ 126, picture
  • ZRS 4 Akron: US rigid airship 1931, carried 4 Curtiss Sparrowhawks
  • ZRS 5 Macon: US rigid airship 1933, carried 4 Curtiss Sparrowhawks, picture

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