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Lockheed Martin LMH-1 (P-791)

Cargo Hybrid Airship

A first flight of an LMH-1 prototype for Lockheed is expected in 2017 with service entry possible in 2018.
Authored By: Staff Writer | Edited: 6/22/2018
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Year: 2019
Status: In-Development
Manufacturer(s): Lockheed Martin - USA
Production: 1
Capabilities: Reconnaissance (RECCE);
Crew: 3
Length: 280.02 ft (85.35 m)
Width: 148.00 ft (45.11 m)
Height: 77.99 ft (23.77 m)
Power: 4 x V6 diesel-fueled engines developing 300 horsepower driving three-bladed propeller units.
Speed: 69 mph (111 kph; 60 kts)
Range: 1,616 miles (2,600 km; 1,404 nm)
Operators: United States (probable)
Straightline Aviation (SLA) has committed to becoming the launch customer for the Lockheed LMH-1 series airship. Seven of the aircraft will initially form the fleet and these are set to serve the minerals industry. Introduction is tentatively scheduled for sometime in 2019.


None. Up to 47,000lb of cargo payload or nineteen passengers.

Variants / Models

• LMH-1 - Base Series Designation
• P-791 - Proof-of-Concept Demonstrator
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