SWIFTAIR - Occussi-Ambeno's Airship Express Service.

             

AIRSHIPS

Swiftair Corporation uses modern, safe, and fast high-tech airships filled with helium, an inert gas that will not ignite. It is 100% safe for airship flight. Swiftair's fleet of five zeppelins operates regularly within Occussi-Ambeno and also runs less frequent international links. Airships are ideally suited to delivering mail, passengers, and supplies to isolated outposts, where the ships can hover to transfer cargo.

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German airship HINDENBERG (launched 1927) is shown on this 15B stamp from Dhufar.
U.S. navy airship AKRON (launched in 1929) is shown on this 5B stamp from Dhufar.
Liechtenstein issued this stamp in 1936 for zeppelin mail.
Count Ferdinand von Zeppelin surveys the terrain from his airship.  Click this stamp pair to view the envelope they are posted on.
The GRAF ZEPPELIN, LZ-127, is shown on this 1B stamp from Dhufar.
Finland 1930 zeppelin mail overprint.  Click to see a flown cover from the flight.
Graf Zeppelin's 1931 Iceland flight.  Click to view a flown cover from this flight.
US Navy airship LOS ANGELES, formerly German airship LZ-126.  Click this photo to see a larger version.
US Navy airship LOS ANGELES, formerly German airship LZ-126.  Click this photo to see a larger version.
Liechtenstein 1931 zeppelin post issue.
Refueling the U.S. navy airship SHENANDOAH at St Louis.  Click this photo to see a larger version.
Lufftschiffbau Zeppelin's 1908 airship is shown on this stamp from Dhufar.
Graf Zeppelin's Europe-Panamerica flight.
Postcard showing the GRAF ZEPPELIN in flight over Friederichshafen, Germany,  with the zeppelin works in the background.    Click to see an actual-size picture.
1939 postcard carried on the zeppelin flight from Frankfurt to Sudetenland.    Click to see an actual-size picture.
First flight of the HINDENBERG from Germany to North America.    Click to see an actual-size picture.
1938, 100th birthday of Count Zeppelin.    Click this envelope to see an actual-size picture.
LZ-127 with crowd.
1927, first flight from Lakehurst to Pratan, Germany.    Click this letter to see an actual-size picture.
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