Even when you're not travelling in economy, flights aren't exactly the most exciting thing in the world, it's more about the destination. Well, UK-based creative firm Design Q and Hybrid Air Vehicles (HAV) have unveiled the interiors to their Airlander 10 which aims to add flying a lot more interesting.
The aircraft measures 302-feet-long and contains a stunning glass floor, as well as private en-suite bedrooms. ‘Airlander 10’ can also apparently take off from “virtually any flat surface,” including ice, water, and desert topography, plus remain airborne on incredibly low-cost fuel. Is this the future of air travel?
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