Lindstrand hot air balloon in the sky at Longleat Sky Safari, Wiltshire, UK in September
RMPNAWJYLindstrand hot air balloon in the sky at Longleat Sky Safari, Wiltshire, UK in September
Lindstrand hot air balloon in flight
RMWWHRERLindstrand hot air balloon in flight
Virgin Atlantic Flyer, the balloon capsule used by Richard Branson and Per Lindstrand to cross the Atlantic Ocean in 1987.
RMD9N0PHVirgin Atlantic Flyer, the balloon capsule used by Richard Branson and Per Lindstrand to cross the Atlantic Ocean in 1987.
G-CDDN Lindstand Balloon of Fishtank at Bristol International Balloon Fiesta 2017 held in Ashton Court Estate in Bristol, England.
RMJWHR1AG-CDDN Lindstand Balloon of Fishtank at Bristol International Balloon Fiesta 2017 held in Ashton Court Estate in Bristol, England.
Lindstrand LTL Series 1-31 solo hot air balloon landing in a field the pilot sits in a seat instead of a basket
RFWEWAAFLindstrand LTL Series 1-31 solo hot air balloon landing in a field the pilot sits in a seat instead of a basket
Pilot in a cloudhopper balloon and an oir 17A hot air balloon fling in a bright blue sky
RMB7DFW7Pilot in a cloudhopper balloon and an oir 17A hot air balloon fling in a bright blue sky
Bristol Hot-air Balloon Fiesta 2009, early morning take-off of balloons in blue sky and some fine clouds
RMBD6RCEBristol Hot-air Balloon Fiesta 2009, early morning take-off of balloons in blue sky and some fine clouds
26th Aug 2012. The John Harris (G-CDWD) University of Bristol balloon takes off beside the Colin Hodges G-CFFL Lindstrand LBL-317A Aerosaurus balloon at the Tiverton balloon festival in Tiverton, Devon, UK.
RMCKX93526th Aug 2012. The John Harris (G-CDWD) University of Bristol balloon takes off beside the Colin Hodges G-CFFL Lindstrand LBL-317A Aerosaurus balloon at the Tiverton balloon festival in Tiverton, Devon, UK.
The Virgin Global Challenger team (l/r) Per Lindstrand, Virgin boss Richard Branson, Steve Fossett and Dave Jackson, during today's (Thursday) news conference at the Royal Aeronautical Society in London, where Branson announced his decision to make another attempt to become the first to fly around the world in a hot air balloon, with former arch-rival Steve Fossett joining their team. See PA Story ADVENTURE Branson. Photo by John Stillwell.
RMG4EGWYThe Virgin Global Challenger team (l/r) Per Lindstrand, Virgin boss Richard Branson, Steve Fossett and Dave Jackson, during today's (Thursday) news conference at the Royal Aeronautical Society in London, where Branson announced his decision to make another attempt to become the first to fly around the world in a hot air balloon, with former arch-rival Steve Fossett joining their team. See PA Story ADVENTURE Branson. Photo by John Stillwell.
Virgin Atlantic Chairman Richard Branson (R) and co-pilot Per Lindstrand smile and wave to a cheering crowd of 10,000 just before lift-off from Miyakonojo, southern Japan early January 16, 1991 in their attempt to become the first to cross the Pacific Ocean by hot-air balloon.  Reuters/Eriko Sugita
RM2D5GNKTVirgin Atlantic Chairman Richard Branson (R) and co-pilot Per Lindstrand smile and wave to a cheering crowd of 10,000 just before lift-off from Miyakonojo, southern Japan early January 16, 1991 in their attempt to become the first to cross the Pacific Ocean by hot-air balloon. Reuters/Eriko Sugita
AIR Branson balloon
RMG455E0AIR Branson balloon
Industrialist Vijaypat Singhania's hot air balloon takes off in Mumbai November 26, 2005. Singhania took off in his hot air balloon capsule in an effort to reach a height of 70,000 feet (above 21,336 meters) above sea level on Saturday, part of an attempt to break the existing world record set for 'High altitude in hot air balloon.' The current record is held by Per Lindstrand, who reached a height of 64,997 feet (19,811 meters) in Plano, Texas, on June 6, 1988. REUTERS/Punit Paranjpe
RM2D5GDD6Industrialist Vijaypat Singhania's hot air balloon takes off in Mumbai November 26, 2005. Singhania took off in his hot air balloon capsule in an effort to reach a height of 70,000 feet (above 21,336 meters) above sea level on Saturday, part of an attempt to break the existing world record set for 'High altitude in hot air balloon.' The current record is held by Per Lindstrand, who reached a height of 64,997 feet (19,811 meters) in Plano, Texas, on June 6, 1988. REUTERS/Punit Paranjpe