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New SST Concept: Hyper Sting

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  New Supersonic Passenger Jet That Travels Mach 3.5                                             Source:  Oscar Vinals New York to London in 80 Minutes An exciting new flying concept, the Hyper Sting, has just been unveiled by famed, Barcelona-based aviation designer Oscar Vinals.  It's a supersonic passenger aircraft that can fly at three times the speed of sound or Mach 3.5.  That speed would enable travel from New York City to London in just 80 minutes.  Designer Vinals says this SST is very feasible, but it will require the development of new, advanced technologies. Future of Flying This fascinating new piece of aviation technology, that showcases a supersonic future, would be capable of carrying 170 passengers.  It is powered by a cold fusion nuclear reactor that fires up and sustains 4, next generation hybrid turbojets and 2, ramjet engines.  It is bigger and wider than the Concorde at 328-feet long and the wingspan is 169-feet. The shape of the plane is sleek and distinctive

Fascinating Plane Technology - Sky Whale

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  3-Story Plane that Can Seat 775 Passengers Source:  Oscar Vinals Green, Luxurious, Sustainable Flying AWWA Sky Whale is a brand-new plane concept, loaded with the latest in aviation technologies, that promises to deliver ultra-luxurious and much greener passenger flights that offer sustainable flying and the ultimate in aviation performance.   AWWA is a three-story, hybrid electric, solar powered plane, capable of carrying 775 passengers with some in luxury hotel accommodations.  It is the brilliant and intriguing concept work of Barcelona-based, aviation designer Oscar Vinals that was just unveiled at a prestigious exhibit on the future of transportation in Kuwait.  The new technologies behind this new flying machine are absolutely awesome and provide a fascinating glimpse at the potential future possibilities of flying in upcoming decades. Brand New Aviation Technologies This new passenger plane is going to be a flying platform for cutting-edge new aviation technologies.  The aircr

Unique Plane Tech Concept: 5-Star Resort

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  Sky Cruise: Gigantic Nuclear-Powered Aircraft                                        Source:  Hashem Al-Ghaili Room for 5,000 Guests and Endless Flights The Sky Cruise is a fantastical, pure science fiction airplane concept that in all likelihood defies the laws of aerodynamics and physics, but in this time of an aviation technological renaissance, who knows!!  It's a huge, nuclear-powered aircraft envisioned to be a 5-star resort in the skies.  It's the fascinating invention of Swedish Art Director Tony Holmsten that has been brought to life through animation by Yemini biotechnologist and video producer Hashem Al-Ghaile, who created the images of the airplane concept.  This 5-star flying hotel can hold 5,000 guests and thanks to nuclear power it would be capable of flying for years without landing.  The e-plane is a combination spaceship and cruise ship on steroids. It's a fascinating, futuristic travel idea to think about over the lazy 4th of July holiday weekend. New T

New Way to Fly - 5-Star Flying Resort

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  Sky Cruise: Gigantic Nuclear-Powered Aircraft                                        Source:  Hashem Al-Ghaili Room for 5,000 Guests and Endless Flights The Sky Cruise is a fantastical, pure science fiction airplane concept that in all likelihood defies the laws of aerodynamics and physics, but in this time of an aviation technological renaissance, who knows!!  It's a huge, nuclear-powered aircraft envisioned to be a 5-star resort in the skies.  It's the fascinating invention of Swedish Art Director Tony Holmsten that has been brought to life through animation by Yemini biotechnologist and video producer Hashem Al-Ghaile, who created the images of the airplane concept.  This 5-star flying hotel can hold 5,000 guests and thanks to nuclear power it would be capable of flying for years without landing.  The e-plane is a combination spaceship and cruise ship on steroids. It's a fascinating, futuristic travel idea to think about over the lazy 4th of July holiday weekend. New T