Airbus has unveiled a new concept of how flying could look in 2050 with its Concept Cabin.
Airbus says the Concept Cabin features a “bionic structure [that] mimics the efficiency of bird bone which is optimised to provide strength where needed, and allows for an intelligent cabin wall membrane which controls air temperature and can become transparent to give passengers open panoramic views”.
It would also feature “an integrated ‘neural network’ creating an intelligent interface between passenger and plane”, plus “personalised zones [which] replace the traditional cabin classes … to offer new tailored levels of experience. The ‘vitalising zone’ is all about wellbeing and relaxation allowing you to proactively recharge your batteries with vitamin and antioxidant enriched air, mood lighting, aromatherapy and acupressure treatments whilst taking in the infinite view of the world around you.”
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