Airbus plans to travel into the future with revamped airlines in 2050

Airline innovator Airbus launched its plans for a remarkable future for air travel in 40 years time. Airbus, which spends about $2 billion a year on research and development, aims to create sustainable, eco- minded aircrafts that reduce fuel emissions, noise pollution and energy use. The futuristic airplanes feature three ‘zones’ for passenger travel:
  • Vistalising zone: relax, find leisure time onboard. Recharge their spirits with vitamin and antioxidant-enriched air, mood lighting, aromatherapy and acupressure treatments. Features outstanding views of the world beneath them.
  • Interactive zone: travelers can transport themselves to external virtual social environments or play a round of virtual golf with friends.
  • Smart tech zone: everything you need, from simple accommodations to luxury service, to conduct business (and personal life) as usual as if you were still on the ground.
The concept of see-through floors and high-tech eco-travel might sound far-fetched, but Airbus states,
“Our research shows that passengers of 2050 will expect a seamless travel experience while also caring for the environment. The Airbus Concept Cabin is designed with that in mind, and shows that the journey can be as much a voyage of discovery as the destination. Whichever flight experience is chosen, the passenger of 2050 will step out of the Airbus Concept Cabin feeling revitalised and enriched.”
Public audiences can tour the airplane concept at the Le Bourget International Airshow in Paris, June 20-26. Also, a film called “Airbus: Future of Flight’ will be showing.

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