Cape Town - An United Kingdom-based air travel innovation company, the Centre for Process Innovation (CPI), has launched an idea to build a new windowless airplane in which travellers would be able to see exactly what's on the outside of the aircraft.
If all goes well, CPI aims to have the plane soaring in about 10 years' time, which seem to be too soon for some nervous flyers!
Click here to see what it would be like in the new windowless aircraft
The idea has been met with plenty of criticism regarding the reality and probability of it, and most travellers are rather terrified by the idea. There are, however, a few adventurous optimists who are excited about being able to see above the clouds.
Pretty cool ...not sure about been in a turbulent storm though ! http://t.co/s39YiGqM3B— Lynda (@Chameleon013) October 28, 2014
windowless plane? allow it.— Lolita (@mandylubasa) October 28, 2014
Right, this windowless plane thing needs to be nipped in the bud now. Concentrate on inventing something useful instead, like a WORKING TUBE— James Robert-Moore (@Jamesy_Moo) October 28, 2014
Windowless Plane Is Your Worst Travel Nightmare: http://t.co/72XegzeaDg— Les (@les75) October 28, 2014
Although we must admin that the views would be spectacular (even regardless the weather), we would rather not try to imagine the severe cases of motion illness or vertigo sensitive travellers might experience...
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