How a plane looks alike in 2050? It will be smart and totally different from the present-day flights. A Ph D student Omar Adam has designed an advanced plane that bears some of the hallmarks of today’s jets and next-generation technology.
With a radical design inside and out, the concept plane features a massive cabin with 1,000 seats, virtual reality headsets, live image projections on the walls instead of windows and spacious lounges intended to improve the passenger experience, Daily Mail in a special report said.
The huge curved plane is the brainchild of a team from Airport Parking & Hotels and Imperial College London, who set out to predict what the future of flight could realistically be like in 30 to 40 years.
The widened body, with larger wings, would provide cabin space for up to 1,000 passengers, but the designers say the aircraft would have more legroom than today’s planes despite having so many people on board.
Of the notable changes, the concept plane has very few windows, which could make air travel uneasy for some