A Luxurious Flying Hotel To Remain In The Air Foreve

A futuristic giant nuclear-powered A Luxurious Flying Hotel, Sky Cruise, showcases basic amenities like a gym and swimming pool with the ability to carry around 5,000 passengers

In a world where wonder never ceases, here’s another one for you. A fine sky dining experience awaits. A futuristic giant nuclear-powered flying hotel, Sky Cruise, showcases basic amenities like a gym and swimming pool with the ability to carry around 5,000 passengers. The concept is by Tony Holmsten and designed by Hashem AI-Ghaili, a filmmaker and producer, who is also known for fantastic infographic science and technology videos.

The AI-piloted Sky Cruise will remain airborne for several days or even months. It is designed in a way in which it will never land. The cruise will be powered by 20 nuclear fusion engines. Passengers will be picked up and dropped off from their respective destinations. Repair and other maintenance will also be carried out when the Sky Cruise is in the air. Also, Read Vivo Flying Camera Phone: Quad 200MP Drone Cameras, Price and Release Date

According to the creator, the aircraft is regarded as the ‘future of transport’. In a report, Al-Ghaili said,” All this technology and you still want pilots? I believe it will be fully autonomous.”

The aircraft features a 360-degree view of the sky, an entertainment deck, a shopping mall, sports center, restaurant, bar, playground, cinema, wedding hall, swimming pools, meeting hall, and everything. For all occasions, the aircraft has everything ready and sorted.

And, the massive development cost is also another concern. Some predicted that a trip like this would cost a fortune, saying: “While this is an interesting concept and it is capable of building it with current technology, this thing would be super expensive and no doubt only rich would be able to book this hotel”.

Others however are keen to be the first people on board. One person said: “Hilarious! It’s like someone got in a time machine, traveled to 2070, and found a retrofuturism video based on our era (as opposed to the 1950s or 1800s) depicting what people from our era thought our future would look like.”

And a second wrote: “I would much rather prefer a nuclear airship, as the space available will be far greater, but nevertheless, the creativity behind the idea is wonderful and I hope the planners get somewhere someday.”

A full-on shopping center has been promised to be built inside the spacecraft too. While many have their hopes set high for the giant hotel, the Sky Cruise is still far in the future.

Even if an aircraft like this is built one day, there are some things that can never change. As one commenter pointed out: “I bet I still end up next to someone else’s screaming three-year-old for the entire trip”.

And a second smartly said: “If physics and aerodynamics didn’t exist, then this vessel might actually be able to take off.” However, their concerns shouldn’t be anything to worry about. This comes after Amazon founder Jeff Bezos and his brother Mark made history by going to space in July 2021.

And, on October 13, 2021, William Shatner became the oldest astronaut at the age of 90 when Blue Origin launched its second successful flight to space.

The aircraft will require plenty of staff to look after things. The launch date of this Sky Cruise is yet to be announced.

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