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Boeing Phantom Works has teamedup with Canadian company SkyHook International to develop the SkyHook HLV (Heavy Lift Vehicle).
The SkyHook HLV is being looked at to serve industries that operate in remote areas served by limited or no roads.
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Skyhook HLV (HeavyLift Vehicle)—developed by Boeing Phantom Works andCanada-based Skyhook International—will combine the best features of an airship and a helicopter.
Lighter-than-air heliumneutralizes the aircraft’s weight. Four helicopter rotors generatethe power needed to lift payloads up to 40 tons (36 metric tons). Ducted propellers are used to maneuver and propel the aircraft at maximum payload horizontally up to 200 nautical miles (230 miles, or 370 kilometers) without refueling. Commercial use of this image must be approved by both Boeing and SkyHook.
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high-tech / advanced
neutrally buoyant heavy-lift aircraft
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