LZ-127 Graf Zeppelin

Graf Zeppelin D-LZ-127

The Graf Zeppelin at "anchor"

The Zeppelin Airship D-LZ-127 Graf Zeppelin was launched for the first time on September 18, 1928. Designed for carrying 20 passengers and a crew of 40, this airship set a host of records, including the longest non-stop flight from Germany to Lakehurst, New Jersey, a 6200 mile trip, in 111 hours and 44 minutes. In August, 1929, she made the 20,500 mile around the world trip in a total of 12 days in the air.


Introduction Page

The Airship Hindenburg LZ-129
The Interior
The Tragedy at Lakehurst
LZ-129 Hindenburg
The Airship Graf Zeppelin LZ-127 LZ-127 Graf Zeppelin
LZ-11 Viktoria Louise LZ-11 Viktoria Louise
ILA 1909-International Airship Expo  ILA 1909-Internationale Luftschiff Austellung 
The Zeppelin Hanger Hanger
The Passengers Passagiere
The Crew Mannschaft
Zeppelin under Construction Im Bau
Rebstock Airfield Flugplatz Rebstock
Souvenirs Andenken