The Zeppelin NT, the biggest helium-filled airship in the world, manufactured since the 1990s in Friedrichshafen, Germany landed on Prague’s Letnany Airfield around 3pm on Friday.
It should remain in the Czech Republic for about a week and fans will be able to admire it on several PR flights around the country.
People interested in buying a flight on it will have to go to Friedrichshafen where the company offers a selection of 13 tourist flights to different destinations.
The airship can accommodate up to 12 passengers.
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