This 5,000-Person Sky Hotel Can Stay Airborne for Years

Photo: Hashem Al-Ghaili via YouTube

Many of us long for the days when flying was considered an upscale experience. In today’s world, it is more challenging than ever to travel first class due to budget cuts, but one scientific enthusiast is giving us reason to believe that things may soon change. Hashem Al-Ghaili has proposed an entirely new mode of transportation with his Sky Cruise concept.

Instead of sailing the oceans, he floats in the sky. Art director Tony Holmsten drew the gigantic plane in Al-concept Ghaili’s film based on the drawing. Sky Cruise, which can carry up to 5,000 passengers and stay in the air for years, is shown in this video. Al Ghaili’s ability to animate the notion and bring it to life is remarkable. When it comes to luxury vacations, this film is a fantastic sales presentation.

There are many observation decks on Sky Cruise where you can take in the sky and even glimpse the aurora borealis for the first time. There is landing space for commercial and private planes, so guests and supplies may be transported to the Sky Cruise from any airport globally.

Inside, Al-Ghaili reveals a world of luxury, complete with delectable cuisine and sumptuous decor. Guests may even make use of the ship’s onboard medical facilities, which are state-of-the-art. Sky hotels have been proposed before and are frequently depicted in science fiction, but Al-film Ghaili’s has received much attention because of its realistic portrayal.

Many people are excited by the plane’s aerodynamics, but some are skeptical about its ability to take off and land. Al-Ghaili is appreciative of all the input he has received.

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