Pioneering the future of

sustainable travel

The future of air travel with cues from the past

Airships were the height of travel innovation in the 1920s and 1930s, circumnavigating the globe as one of the most exciting ways to travel. Now, we’re reinventing this technology to face modern environmental challenges while offering new vantage points on pristine wilderness.

View from the airship
Celebrating the Golden Age of travel

Life aboard an OceanSky airship will send you back to when airship travel was the height of opulence and adventure. Experience the best in comfort and culinary craft while taking in views that haven’t been experienced in a century.

LZ130 lounge

Image courtesy of San Diego Air and Space Museum

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Polar bear walking over melting ice
Svalbard, the remote kingdom of the polar bear

Discover Svalbard, a remote Norwegian archipelago in the Arctic that is going to be OceanSky Cruises' base of operations between March and October and the starting point of our epic airship expedition to the North Pole.

Passengers on the Hindenburg
The lightness of the journey

In the 20s, the flight of large airships was elitist and inaccessible to most. It seemed to be the flying transposition of the luxury style of the transatlantic liners of the past.

Modern Zeppelin flying
Trains in the sky

Airships are commonly compared to airplanes, probably because both are aerial vehicles. However, that’s where the similarities end. Airships are better compared to trains from a passenger’s perspective.

Airlander 10 test flight
Why are Airships safe?

Carl-Oscar Lawaczeck, CEO and Founder at OceanSky Cruises, explains in this article why airships can become a very safe travel option in the future.

Joubert on a safari
“It’s about the journey, not the destination”

Extract from the participation of Dereck Joubert, award winning filmmaker, conservationist, National Geographic explorer and Founder at Great Plains Conservation, in the roundtable “The Revival of Airships” at ExpoDubai on November 11th 2021.

Passengers on the Hindenburg
The lightness of the journey

In the 20s, the flight of large airships was elitist and inaccessible to most. It seemed to be the flying transposition of the luxury style of the transatlantic liners of the past.

Modern Zeppelin flying
Trains in the sky

Airships are commonly compared to airplanes, probably because both are aerial vehicles. However, that’s where the similarities end. Airships are better compared to trains from a passenger’s perspective.