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Stunning images of a fully transparent Airbus!

Last updated on: June 14, 2011 12:22 IST

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Come 2050, and you can fly in a fully transparent plane enjoying the panoramic views of the sky.

Airbus has unveiled the concept design of a futuristic plane, which will making flying an unforgettable experience.

Photographs, courtesy: Airbus

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A see-through cabin with a bone-like structure will offer spectacular views of the sky and the land below. The takeoffs and landings will be a chilling experience for the passengers.

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The plane will not have first, business, or economy seats. Instead, passengers can choose to travel in the interactive zone, with a bar and electronic games or the relaxation zone.

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The interactive zone will entertain travellers with virtual holographic golf courses or virtual clothes shopping.

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Image: Golf course inside the plane.

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The aircraft's walls are designed to change according to light conditions. The size of the seats can be changed according to individual needs.

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The futuristic plane will have in-flight entertainment powered by the heat from passengers' bodies.


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