Transparent plane of the future: Airbus reveals 2050 prediction
Airbus has unveiled a vision for flight in 40 years’ time that includes see-through walls, holographic gaming and morphing seats
Transparent cabin walls
As suggested in CNNGos own in-flight wish list published earlier this month, the plane of the future is fitted with transparent cabin walls that
provide passengers with some of the most amazing views of the earth well ever see..
Passengers with vertigo who want to shut out the panoramic views can opt to turn their seats into holographic pods, rendering their sitting area
Thats great, but unless the seats have built-in potties, nervous travelers will still have to make the potentially terrifying trek from their seats to the
Instead of being directed to our seats by cabin crew, passengers of the future can locate their seat by hand-print scanners that display images of
the seating layout.
Gone are the class divisions between first, business and economy cabins. Instead, the plane of the future is separated into themed zones.
A “Vitalizing” zone is practically a spa, with mood lighting, vitamin-enriched air and aromatherapy and acupuncture treatments.
An “Interactive” zone has a fully stocked bar and offers electronic games such as virtual golf.
Passengers in the “Smart Tech Zone” get to work with colleagues or even read bedtime stories to their kids remotely via holographics and sound
Seats that morph to your body
Morphing seats will adapt to suit the passenger’s travel budget and their body shape, providing different levels of comfort and space.
While not explaining how these wild imaginings can be turned into reality, Airbus claims that some of these renderings can be achieved with
minimal environmental impact.
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