World's largest aircraft takes luxury to another level with glass floorings, suites and more!

World's largest aircraft takes luxury to another level with glass floorings, suites and more!

One of the exclusive features of the aircraft is the interior design and glass flooring. This glass flooring will allow passengers to enjoy the picturesque view of the horizon.

When it comes to luxury there's no such thing as too much! We want to enjoy everything luxurious and enjoy every bit of it while posting beautiful pictures on our social media handles. 

At Farnborough Airshow last week, the world's largest aircraft unveiled how they are planning to decorate the interiors of this hybrid airship, that has stunned all. 

The aircraft looked humongous and almost looks like a giant bird. This hybrid airship is nicknamed as "The Flying Bum" because of its rear end looking like a butt.

Known as Airlander 10, this airship is all in one - part-plane, part-airship, and part-helicopter. It is built by Hybrid Air Vehicles (HAV) and is worth $33 million.

This hybrid airship beats world's largest passenger plane, which is the Airbus A380 and is 240 feet long, whereas the hybrid airship is 302 feet long, which is 60 feet longer than the former one.



According to the businessinsider.in, HAV plans on taking 19 passengers on a three days expedition on "The Flying Bum". One of the most fascinating things about Airlander 10 is its interiors which is extravagant and highly luxurious.

The extravagant and amazing interiors are developed in collaboration with Design Q, a UK based design consultancy. The feature of this hybrid airship includes luxurious en-suite bedrooms, an "Altitude Bar", and a spacious lounge area.



One of the most exclusive features of its interior design is the glass flooring. This glass flooring will allow passengers to enjoy the picturesque view of the horizon from 16,000 feet.



Even though Airlander 10 is bigger than the A380, it is not as fast as the later one. The top speed of Airlander is just 91 mph as compared to A380 whose top speed is 560 mph. The whole idea behind creating something as big as Airlander 10 is not to take people from places to places on the fastest speed, but to give them a journey, an experience which the passengers will enjoy.



The main idea behind its invention is to revive the joy of flying as an experience that is rather only meant for transportation. Stephen McGlennan, CEO of HAV said in a press release that, "Airlander challenges people to rethink the skies - that's the driving force behind everything we do. Air travel has become very much about getting from A to B as quickly as possible. What we're offering is a way of making the journey a joy."

However, for anything as big and luxurious as Airlander 10, it requires and takes a lot of test trials and experiments in order to make it work successfully and without any damage.

In 2016, the plane crashed into a telegraph pole when went through its first trial test.

The second test didn't work too. In 2017, Airlander 10 collapsed before it took off for less than 24 hours after a successful test flight, with two people suffering minor injuries.

But, luckily the giant airship has completed six successful test flights. To commercially promoting the airship, it will have to go through a total of 200 incident-free hours in the sky.

Disclaimer : This is based on sources and we have been unable to verify this information independently.

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