You could describe modern air travel in a lot of ways, but the words "comfortable" and "laid back" probably wouldn't be the first to come to mind. Cramped seats, pricey baggage fees, rancid smells -- they're all par for the course while riding the friendly skies in 2018. That's why it's so encouraging and refreshing that there's a new airliner that's all about turning long-haul flights into a luxurious and leisurely cruise through the clouds, complete with lounges, a bar, and panoramic views of your surroundings through giant windows and a glass-bottomed floor.
Meet the Airlander 10.
Essentially a yacht in the sky, the Airlander 10 has actually been in development for a few years now, but its cabin interior was just revealed by Design Q, the firm tasked with giving it first-class digs. It's also important to note that it's less an airplane and more of a butt-shaped airship, traveling quite a bit slower than a traditional commercial jet, and taking up to three days to reach its destination. That's actually part of the allure though, since inside it's decked out with enough private bedrooms, communal lounges, bar spaces, and high-end dining options to treat up to 19 passengers to what would essentially be a luxury cruise in the air.