A Balloon is characteriezed as an un-powered lighter-than-air vehicle. Balloons can derive their buoyancy from the confinement of hot air, hydrogen, helium, ammonia or other gas. Balloons can be free (un-tethered and free to drift with the wind) or tethered to the ground (sometimes called captive or kite balloons).

See also:
"Balloons" is in the CPC Code "4961"
Balloons and dirigibles; gliders, hang gliders and other non-powered aircraft

"Balloons" is in the HS Code "8801"
Balloons And Dirigibles; Gliders, Hang Gliders And Other Non-Powered Aircraft

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