360-degree views, golf simulators and in-flight aromatherapy all in the cards for air travelers
June 16, 2011
by Canadian Manufacturing Daily Staff
PARIS—By 2050, air travelers could be enjoying the perks of panoramic cabins, “integrated neural networks,” on-board golf-simulators and in-flight aromatherapy—at least according to new concept designs from Airbus.
The French plane maker released photos earlier this week that suggest it’s is working on a plane with a see-through passenger cabin, offering passengers panoramic views.
Check out this photo gallery of Airbus’ new concept plane:
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