Airbus has made a revolutionary statement by revealing its Airspace Cabin Vision 2035+ idea, destined to transform the landscape of air travel in the foreseeable future.
This forward-thinking design proposes installing extraordinary elements, such as ceilings made of translucent material that provide passengers with views of the night sky and open space beyond. Airbus is already working on this project and has partnered with Lufthansa and Delta. This demonstrates the excitement that the industry has for this forward-looking concept.
The environmental advances made to the Airspace Cabin are just as significant. Airbus intends to use a bionic design to cut the weight of the cabin by an astounding 40 percent, which will result in significant reductions in fuel consumption and emissions.
Airbus plans to use 3D printing, fabrics made from bio-based materials, and recycled polymers in the cabin components it develops to further improve its environmental credentials. When a component, such as galleys, seats, or linings, is no longer needed, the company ensures that it is recycled by adhering to rethinking, recycling, repairing, and reusing.