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Since 1795, twelve years after the Montgolfier brothers‘ historic balloon flight in Versailles, Attos airships have graced the skies, providing clandestine transport for Katadesis. Inspired by Leonardo da Vinci’s ingenious sketches, the airship’s original design has undergone numerous transformations. Today, the fleet comprises magnificent cruise ships and swift two-seater blimps.

Nestled on the northern edge of Katadesis, the landing station stands in the shadow of the workshops beneath the Tesla Station. The airships’ uncanny ability to soar above the clouds allowed them to glide undetected for years.

Their ability to fly above cloud level has enabled them to remain undetected for many years. The first was introduced in 1900. Zeppelins became a popular means of travel among the wealthy. This allows Attos Airships to travel undetected and be mistaken for their less advanced brothers. In 1903, the Wright brothers flew the first aeroplane. Over the coming decades, these two inventions will reshape the skies.

During the early 1900s, the first Zeppelins emerged, revolutionising air travel for the affluent until the catastrophic Hindenburg disaster in 1937. Meanwhile, Attos Airships continued their secret voyages, masquerading as their less sophisticated counterparts. In 1903, the Wright brothers’ first aeroplane took flight, heralding a new era in aviation. As the decades progressed, the dual innovations of airships and aeroplanes would forever alter the skies.

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