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NASA and MIT Have Designed the Passenger Plane of the Future - Mic

NASA, in partnership with Aurora Flight Sciences and MIT, is developing a ‘Double Bubble’ passenger plane, with radical cutting-edge technological design.

6 aeronaves que vão revolucionar o transporte aéreo - TecMundo

6 aeronaves que vão revolucionar o transporte aéreo

This computer-generated image shows a possible future "flying wing" aircraft, very efficiently and quietly in flight over populated areas.

Is this whale-shaped plane the future of airliners?  AWWA Sky Whale - A concept aircraft from Spanish designer Oscar Vinals. With three decks for passengers, it looks like a cross between a tropical fish and a sci-fi space shuttle. [Future Airplanes: http://futuristicnews.com/tag/aircraft/ ]

Is this whale-shaped plane the future of airliners?

AWWA Sky Whale (Oscar Vinals) Airliners have become steadily bigger in an effort to take fit in more passengers and drive down the cost of tickets. Could a new outsized design change the way we fly?

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Future Airplane, Future of aviation, Nasa, Futuristic Aircraft

The AHEAD aircraft can carry 300 passengers over a range of 8,700 miles, allowing for non-stop flights between the UK and Australia

The year's most radical plane concepts revealed

The AHEAD aircraft can carry 300 passengers over a range of miles, allowing for non-stop flights between the UK and Australia

NASA/Lockheed Martin Supersonic Green Machine

NASA/Lockheed Martin Supersonic Green Machine, plane of the future? This an illustration.

The plane which could mean non-stop flights from the UK to Australia (but you'll have to wait until 2050 to try it) [The Future of Aviation: http://futuristicnews.com/tag/aircraft/]

How 'blended wing' plane could mean non-stop UK to Australia flights

The Future Of Aviation by KLM AHEAD aircraft (Advanced Hybrid Engine Aircraft Development)

Images: Airplanes of Tomorrow, NASA's Vision of Future Air Travel | Space Technology & 21st Century Air Travel | NASA Aeronautics Research & Future Airplanes | Space.com

The Hybrid Wing Body H-Series design by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. It features embedded engines using variable area nozzles with thrust vectoring.

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