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Tuesday, 14 June 2011

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Airbus 2050

Airbus unveiled the transparent plane we could all be flying around in, come 2050.

If you fancy a Disney World experience when you are flying, then Airbus is for you. The walls of the airplanes, by 2050 will be 'see through'.

These planes are not for the 'faint hearted' as you will have a 360 degrees view of your flying experience.

During your flight you will be able to enjoy many unusual experiences and pastimes, never offered by an airline in the past or present. There will be 'virtual golf', 'virtual sex', a full sized Mid-way complete with the largest roller-coaster in the world.

Also for all those interested in sports, there will be a full-sized soccer pitch, American football pitch, Cricket Pitch, Arena for Ice Hockey to name a few. You want it, they will build it, and you will come.

The price of flights, as well as destinations, has not yet been finalized but it is anticipated that, flying in one of these airplanes will, eventually result in people not wanting to travel to any particular destination...they will....it is believed....vacation on the plane flying around and around for weeks and returning home satisfied and refreshed without having left the airplane.

This is an exciting breakthrough in air travel and we will bring you more news as it is released.

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