A Safe and Delightful Experience
The creation of the hot air balloon in 1783 in France, ushered the first chapter of flying in the human history. Today, 3 centuries later, aerostats still amaze people with their grandiosity and vivid motions, whether flying with the winds, or just inflated on the ground.
For the first time observers, as much as this universally fascinating aircraft commands their full attention, it seems equally unlikely for it to defy the gravity and take off into the air. Yet, lighter-than-air aircrafts (aerostats) are the oldest type of aircrafts in human history. Despite the few modifications made over the centuries, aerostats are considered to be the safest and most reliable mean of flying humans.