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The hot air balloons mass ascents take place in the morning and evening every year but have you ever wondered where they end up?
Our online App tracked the Collett Transport Services balloon during each flight so you can see where it is, whether it's coming over your house and how far it travels. On Saturday evening the race was on for balloonists to try and get back to Ashton Court in time for the nightglow following the mass ascent, for this reason the Collett Transport Services balloon didn't go up so our App tracked the Blue Sq balloon.
You could view the online App using any smartphone, PC, Laptop etc so whether you're at home, work or on the move you could track the balloons.
Friday's Mass Ascent Flight
The balloons journey on Friday's mass ascent began at 7.51am and lasted 26minutes. The balloon traveled 3.38miles at an average speed of 7.8000mph. Here's the route:
Saturday's Mass Ascent Flight
The Blue Sq balloon was tracked on Saturday evenings mass ascent, see its journey on Saturday's on the map below:
Sunday's Mass Ascent Flight
The balloons journey on Sunday's mass ascent began at 7.20am and lasted 52minutes. The balloon traveled 10.3miles, reached a maximum height of 1500feet at an average speed of 11.8mph. Here's the route: