Something for dreamers and philosophers, artists and writers.
And, at the same time, a serious challenge for technicians and scientists.
A balloon voyage has little to do with aviation, it's more a form of art.
Balloons are carried by their lightness. They have no engines, no wings and no surface controls. They do not simply fly from A to B.
They are the weightless balls and skittles of the playful winds. A varied test of their pilots' ability to ride an unbreakable Pegasus.
Steer a balloon? It can't be done! Then it would be an airship. By the way, where would we steer it and why?