Windowless Plane Streams The Sky Inside The Cabin

Windowless Plane Streams The Sky Inside The Cabin
Design

Scheduled to take off in 2018, Spike Aerospace has replaced the windows in its new supersonic private jet with high-definition video streaming screens.

Daniela Walker
  • 20 february 2014

When flying in an $80 million supersonic private jet, you would expect to have windows to look out and see the world whiz past you. That will not be the case with Spike Aerospace’s planned jet. It is set to take to the skies in 2018 with screens airing virtual skies instead of actual windows.

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