Hi. I wonder if Toronto folks might consider a repurposing of the Island airport for local sightseeing? Per Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/DELAG In part: "By July 1914, one month before the start of World War I, DELAG's Zeppelins had transported 34,028 passengers on 1,588 commercial flights; the fleet had flown 172,535 kilometres in 3,176 hours." And: "... flights lasting between 90 minutes and two hours were offered for a price of 200 Dm." (I guesstimate about $150 Cdn at todays rates.) So, instead 21st century lighter-than-air tech (same as Canadian companies already build and use up north for hauling bunches of tree logs). Another example: [video=youtube;eGSATf531wA]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eGSATf531wA[/video] So, Germany early last century: City of Toronto could get 100% of net profits from this tourism business. Yes?