The interior design of the very famous hybrid airship, Airlander 10, has been revealed and the glimpse of it defines the concept of luxurious traveling to a whole new level. Imagine glass floors along with bars and private bedrooms while you are high above in the air. Sounds really amazing, right?
If you can afford to travel in style, then you don’t have to worry about delays, churlish flight attendants, and confined seating spaces anymore as now you can spend your entire flight with luxuries that you can only have in a posh apartment.
At the recent Farnborough Airshow, the world’s largest aircraft shared their interior plan, which looks nothing less than a stunning yacht in the sky. Aiming to create an airline for first class travelers, Airlander 10, has been in the development phase for the last 10 years. After a prolonged and demanding struggle, the long awaited result is a 300-foot hybrid airship which will take the travelers on an excursion of three days.
In terms of dimensions, it is 302-feet long, which also in comparison is 60-feet longer than the existing largest passenger plane, Airbus A380. It will cost around £25 million. Moreover, according to HAV, it can take 19 passengers at a time on the trip.