Our future, by and large depends on fuel efficiency, and if you think what flying in future would be like; Airbus is to give you a glimpse. The plane maker has unveiled a fantasy plane at the Farnborough Airshow in the UK. The lightweight plane’s ultra-long, slim bent-back wings, a U-shaped tail and light-weight ‘intelligent’ body will add to the ‘eco efficiency factor’ as the concept consumes less fuel, produces little emissions and creates less noise in comparison to its current counterparts.
The futuristic concept which is to fly in 2050, or even in 2030 if the technology continues to develop at the present rate, features morphing seats made from ecological, self-cleaning materials and walls and floor that become transparent with the touch of a button, giving 360 degree view of the world below.
Additionally, there are holographic projections of virtual decor that allow the passengers to convert their private cabin into an office, bedroom or Zen garden.