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Airbus unviels aircraft of the future

Airbus unveils a futuristic concept for a transparent plane that may be an everyday air transport in 2050. Artistic impressions of what it is expected to look like are pictured below:

The intelligent cabin membrane of the Airbus Concept Cabin can become transparent to give passengers open panoramic views.

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The cabin would feature morphing seats that could harvest passenger’s body heat to power aircraft systems such as holographic pop-up pods. 

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The centre interactive zone of the Airbus Concept Cabin would provide space for social scenarios, such as a virtual game of golf with people on ground or even with passengers in other aircrafts.

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The bionic structure and interactive membrane of the Airbus Concept Cabin, as imagined in 2050, would allow passengers to view the night sky while travelling.

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