A UK design firm recently unveiled the Airlander, a football field-sized airship that they hope will become the new standard for transportation for supplies.
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Each Airlander costs around $40 million to construct.
Weighing in at 44,000 pounds, this airship uses 80 percent less fuel than airplanes and helicopters.
The Airlander can stay aloft for weeks at a time and reach speeds of up to 100mph.
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