An Aerophile SAS
tethered helium balloon in Great Park, California.
A tethered helium balloon is a helium-filled gas balloon which is tethered to the ground, or to a road vehicle, by a steel rope and raised and lowered by a winch.
Tethered or static helium balloons 
The first tethered balloon in modern times was made in France at Chantilly Castle in 1994 by Aerophile SA and following the installation of a balloon in Paris in 1999 the company has installed more than 60 tethered balloons in 25 countries. Aerophile SA is also the largest operator of tethered balloons in the world with six operations, Paris, Disneyland Paris in France and Orange County Great Park (CA), Walt Disney World (FL), Wonderworks Pigeon Forge (TN) and San Diego Zoo Safari Park (CA) in the US.
A helium balloon is tethered at Montecasino in South Africa next to the Bird Gardens. The ride takes passengers up to approximately 120m above Fourways.
Lindstrand Technologies has installed 30 tethered balloons in 18 countries.
The Ahmedabad Eye is a tethered balloon installed at the Kankaria Lakefront in Ahmedabad, India.
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