About OceanSky Cruises
Making the skies sustainable
OceanSky was founded in 2014 after many years of research and investigation in the lighter-than-air sector. The management and founders have a substantial experience in various areas of both the aviation and the luxury travel industry. After years of development in 2018 OceanSky Cruises brand was released and an unprecedented concept was unveiled. Unique experiential travel was given a revolutionary new meaning by providing a sustainable way to access remote locations in style and comfort.
Our goal is to continually evolve and develop best-in-class travel experiences for our clients while also giving rise to a renewed popularity of airships. At OceanSky Cruises, we will never stop innovating and pushing the aviation industry into a new sustainable future. With a steadily growing team of leading and passionate industry experts in engineering, design, operations, luxury travel, and sustainability, we are excited to provide best-in-class experiences for our patrons.
Our mission is to enable our aeronauts to access and experience the most remote and pristine regions in style and comfort, without leaving a footprint.
Our vision is decarbonised aviation. We believe airships, the most energy-efficient aerial vehicle, can disrupt aviation.
Our Managment Team
Our management team comes from a rich multicultural background, different areas of expertise and years of proven experience in the ultra-large private jet sector, luxury and experiential travel, high-end aeronautic design, airline operations, and finance.
See the latest news and editorial about airships and our destinations
Read our articles on the past, present and future of airships.
Discover why airships could be the solution to the challenge in bringing goods to remote areas.
In this article, we'll explore what it's like to fly with the wind into the deep wilderness and travel with a smaller footprint on board a large-scale airship.
Jesper Vollmer: “There has to be a connection between the story of the journey and the food experience”
Jesper Vollmer, the former chef to the Danish royal family for 10 years will be in charge of designing the menus that our guests will enjoy during their expedition to the North Pole by airship.
Read a summary of the webinar given by Carl-Oscar Lawaczeck at the "Airships to the Arctic 2022" symposium hosted by the University of Manitoba, Canada.
94 years have passed since that distant 25th of May 1928, when the airship Italia, one of the greatest successes of Italian technology and exploration, crashed on the ice.
Experiential Travel will ignite the airship industry and provide an alternative in aviation. Discover in this article the vision of our CEO, Carl-Oscar Lawaczeck on the future of the Airship industry.
Interview to George Land, Commercial Business Development Director at Hybrid Air Vehicles about the Airlander and the future of sustainable aviation through airships.
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.
OceanSky Cruises hosted the conference “The Revival of Airships:
Pioneering the new era of sustainable travel” on a roundtable that has taken place at the
Swedish Pavilion in ExpoDubai.
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.
Will we fly on airships or airplanes in a future of sustainable aviation? The answer will affect the direction of billions of dollars in future investments for aviation hardware and design.
We interview Carl-Oscar Lawaczeck, OceanSky Cruises Founder and CEO, to talk abou his vision to fly the great airships again and to pioneer a new era of sustainable aviation.
Discover the history of the the world's first airline. On November16 1909, DELAG was established. Its first flight was with the airship LZ6.
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.
Discover the story behind the N-1 Norge, the first aircraft to fly over the North Pole in 1926