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Russian Empire airship Training / Uchebnyi
Built in 1908 in Russia the very first Russian airship titled "Training." The shell was made from two old "Parseval" airships.
This machine was a test board for airship design and operation. "Training" had a solid rate of climb, overtaking the characteristics of the "Zeppelin" and very often used for training crews.
The non-rigid airship was demolished in 1909 due to the dilapidated shell.
Length: 60 m
Width: 6.55 m
Envelope volume: 1200 cu.m (later 1500 cu.m)
Maximum speed: 21 km / h

Engine: 1 x 16 hp (later 25 hp)





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