Windowless planes might soon become reality

June 8, 2018 Guðrun í Jákupsstovu


When people think of the ultimate state of comfort, no-one ever imagines planes. As people are getting increasingly cheaper deals to fly to their favorite “unspoiled” paradise beaches of Thailand or Mallorca, they also willingly sacrifice some 8 hours of claustrophobic, cramped hell on a plane, in order to get there. So while you’re sitting there in your cramped seat, your knees sore from not getting to stretch your legs, stomach growling, with a smelly neighbor, and a crying toddler in the seat behind, the one thing you might find solace in is to look through the window. This, however,…

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