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21st November – Happy Montgolfier Day! 236 Years since first balloon flight! – Bailey Balloons 21st November 2019 office@baileyballoons.co.uk Balloon Ride Innovation, General, Hot Air Balloon History, Hot Air Balloon News, Hot Air Balloon Rides, Hot Air Balloon Stories, Hot Air Balloons Pilots, News, Uncategorised The 21st November marks the 236th Anniversary for the first
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Bailey Balloons Black Friday Discount Code – Bailey Balloons 1st November 2019 office@baileyballoons.co.uk Hot Air Balloon News, News Bailey Balloons popular Black Friday discount offer is back for 2019.  On 29th November 2019, the code will be sent out for a HUGE discount on our Gold ‘Anytime’ Champagne Balloon Flight Voucher for the first 50 people to use it. 
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2nd November 2016    General, Hot Air Balloon News, Hot Air Balloons and Celebrities, News In April 2016 Clive Bailey set off to Switzerland with the Anana hot air balloon. He had been asked by the BBC to take Sir David Attenborough for a balloon flight above the Swiss Alps for the opening sequence for the
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31st July 2017    Competitions, General, Hot Air Balloon News Bailey Balloons are celebrating 21 years of  Champagne Balloon Flights and to commemorate we are running two competitions for you to win your own Hot Air Balloon flight experience! Competition 1 – Fiesta Raffle If you are attending the 2016 Bristol International Balloon Fiesta 10th –
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21st November 2016    Balloon Ride Innovation, General, Hot Air Balloon History, Hot Air Balloon News, Hot Air Balloon Rides, Hot Air Balloon Stories, Hot Air Balloons Pilots, News, Uncategorised The 21st November marks the 233rd Anniversary for the first untethered hot air balloon flight.  François Pilatre de Rozier and François Laurent, marquis d’ Arlandes flew
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8th November 2016    Balloon Ride Innovation, General, Hot Air Balloon News, Hot Air Balloon Records, Hot Air Balloons at Events, News, Uncategorised See the video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EA9KsN3Ey7M In a world-first, a specially modified Pitts Special S2S stunt plane flew at 90 degrees to horizontal, just a few feet above the ground between two closely tethered hot
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