Rethink The Skies with Airlander

Hybrid Air Vehicles is the company behind Airlander, the world’s first hybrid aircraft and the future of zero-carbon aviation. By 2025, we plan for Airlander to fly passengers, freight or defence systems with up to 90% fewer emissions than other aircraft.

HAV announces a $200 million investment commitment from GEM as HAV pursues a public lisiting.

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Our pathway to zero emissions aviation

The market potential

Hybrid Air Vehicles Limited has been established since 2007 and is the global leader in an emerging sector within aerospace. The market for hybrid aircraft has been independently valued at over US$50 billion across the next 20 years.

Our partners

HAV and Vertex Aerospace sign a memorandum of understanding to present joint proposals to the US Department of Defense.

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HAV and 2Excel Aviation have formed a team to offer customers joint proposals for operating Airlander in a variety of roles.

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HAV worked with the Mercedes-AMG Petronas F1 Team Applied Science Division to enhance Airlander 10's aerodynamics at their wind tunnel at Silverstone.

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HAV and the US Navy's Naval Postgraduate School announce a collaboration to evaluate hybrid aircraft technologies in military applications.

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"Airlander is a “back to the future technology” capable of disruptively altering logistics and mobility. If COVID-19 has taught humanity anything as we enjoyed clean air first time in a century, it is simply “a smarter, cleaner, safer way of mobility is possible”. Sectors across the globe will be embracing the carbon free Airlander for a variety of transportation needs. Aerospace tends to focus on higher, faster, further - but in 2020 the words efficiency, economy and clean are more relevant."

Stuart O. Witt CEO of Mojave Air and Space Port 2002 to 2016

In the news

Airship to offer low-carbon flights with floor-to-ceiling windows

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Airships for city hops could cut flying's CO2 emissions by 90%

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Fresh funding edges HAV closer to Airlander production

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Airships rise again

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