Say goodbye to the small partition windows on commercial aircraft and say hello windowless aircraft. According to British technology Research Company Center for Process Innovation (CPI), presents a new customer experience with first-class view of the outside environments and climatic changes as you travel from one part of the world to the next. How you might ask? This future technology display the exterior environment to the inside surfaces of the cabin via external cameras.
If you are acrophobic (Fear of Heights) then we suggest you don’t look down, or left, or right. If you are Aviator phobic (Fear of Flying) we recommend exploring other options for your commute. But if you are phobia-free, enjoy the best view possible, as you are traveling from one destination to the next.
Enjoy the journey and not just the commute; wider seating, panoramic views, takes selfies, yes selfies with installed camera and more technology capabilities, to further enhance your entertainment and inflight services. “Enjoy the journey, not just the destination.”
Find out more about: www.uk-cpi.com/windowless-fuselage
Alternatively, Technicon Design France offers: IXION windowless jet for the luxurious travelers who enjoy flying private. Technicon Design is an international transport design agency. Via French design studio just outside Paris, created a windowless jet proposal especially for the 2013 NBAA show to demonstrate their creative design, digital modelling and visualization capabilities, and to reinforce our 35 years experience in the automotive, aviation, and mass transit design sectors.
The IXION windowless jet concept was the winner in the private aviation Exterior Design concept category. This year 2014, they earned the international Yacht & Aviation Awards.
“The ethos of the project is simple, to challenge current thinking, and propose something a little different, but not just a fantasy. It has to be credible and relevant, yet provoke discussion”. Gareth Davies, Design Director at Technicon’s French Studio near Paris.
Find out more about Technicon Design, and visit their website: www.technicondesign.com/france
By: Denise Williams