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Wingfoot One:Launched in 2014, Wingfoot One is the first of a new generation of Goodyear Blimps built on the New Technology (NT) platform. The first semi-rigid airship ever constructed for Goodyear's modern fleet was built and is now based at Wingfoot Lake in Suffield, Ohio. Since it first took flight, Wingfoot One has provided aerial coverage of numerous marquee events, including the NBA Finals, the Daytona 500, the Stanley Cup Finals, the PGA Championship and the College Football Playoff National Championship.
Wingfoot Two:Wingfoot Two is the only airship in Goodyear's new fleet that has been stationed at all three of the company's U.S. bases. It was built at Wingfoot Lake in Suffield, Ohio. Following its launch in 2016, Wingfoot Two made four cross-country transits between Ohio and the base at Carson, California. It became the first Goodyear Blimp in over 50 years to serve as a jump platform for skydivers when the USAF Academy Wings of Blue skydive team made the historic leap near Bristol Motor Speedway in Bristol, Tennessee on Sept. 10, 2016. The airship has appeared at the NBA Finals, the Oscars, the College Football Playoffs, numerous PGA Tour events and the Rose Parade. Wingfoot Two is currently based in Pompano Beach, Florida from where its serves customers and communities in the Eastern U.S.
Wingfoot Three:Now flying in Los Angeles from Goodyear's Carson, California base, Wingfoot Three is the newest Goodyear Blimp that marked the completion of our full fleet transition to the NT model. First flown in June 2018, Wingfoot Three continues Goodyear's nearly 100-year history of excellence and innovation in lighter-than-air aviation. It is the latest in a legacy of aerial ambassadors recognized throughout the world. During its first year of operation, Wingfoot Three delivered aerial coverage for multiple Ohio State and Michigan State college football games, the MLB Home Run Derby and All Star Game programming in Cleveland, Ohio and the inaugural World Golf Championships-FedEx St. Jude Invitational in Memphis, Tennessee.
Blimp Facts: Science & Technology
Without its lifting gas, an empty Blimp weighs almost 20,000 lbs. Once inflated with helium and after accounting for fuel, payload and ballast, it usually weighs in at 100-200 lbs.