We love flying our radio controlled airships at the Royal Albert Hall in London and this week was no different. The grade II listed building with its 20,000 square foot glazed iron roof and Henry Willis organ which boasts 9,999 pipes sets it apart from any other venue. As you can see our radio controlled airships were floating gracefully over crowds as they dined below whilst displaying one of the event sponsors for all to see. Our radio controlled airships come fully equipped with GoPro cameras and live HD feeds so we can get you some truly amazing video footage and can even stream this onto large screens. A truly unique way of interacting with crowds and getting your message noticed. Check out some action shots below: Royal Albert Hall Airship 4Royal Albert Hall Airship 2 Royal Albert Hall Airship 3Royal Albert Hall Airship 1  

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