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The Zeppelin LZ 4 was a German experimental airship. It was constructed under the direction of Ferdinand von Zeppelin. The successful first flights of LZ 3 in 1906 raised donations by the Reichstag and Count Zeppelin's work was started on a larger airship with a greater fuel capacity. Read more about LZ 4.
The Zeppelin LZ 17- Sachsen was a German civilian passenger-carrying rigid airship first flown on 3 May 1913. It has transported 9,837 passengers in 419 flights, travelling 39,919 km. Later it was taken over by German military upon outbreak of World War I in 1914. It was decommissioned in autumn of 1916. Read more about Sachsen Zeppelin.
The Zeppelin LZ 11 was a German civilian and military rigid airship. It was first flown on 19 February 1912 as DELAG’s passenger-carrying aircraft. Later it was used as military airship. LZ 11 was broke apart while being put into its hangar on 1 October 1915. Read more about LZ 11.
The Zeppelin LZ 5 was a German experimental and military rigid airship. It was first flown on 26 May 1909. LZ5’s last flight was accident, when the mooring mast broke during a storm and wrecked near Weilburg on 25 March 1910. Read more about LZ 5.