|The airship was designed by August von Parseval in 1929, after completion at the Wasser- und Luftfahrtzeug in Seddin, it was given the German registration D-PN29. It was sold to AB Luftskeppsreklam in Stockholm, and was entered in the Swedish aircraft register on 21 May 1930 as SE-ACG. The company used the airship as an advertising carrier for the large women's clothing department store Sidenhuset in Stockholm. On both sides of the airship, the company's name was painted in approximately 3 meter high letters. The flights were carried out in connection with the Stockholm exhibition. After completed flights during the day, the airship was parked at night at Gärdet. During the first week of flight the weather worsened and during a night parking the airship was damaged by a strong storm. von Parseval came up to Stockholm from Germany to assess the extent of the damage, he decided to take the airship to the factory for repairs. During the return flight to Pomerania, the airship crashed just south of Öland on June 4, 1930. Those on board were rescued by a German steamship while the airship sank to the bottom.