The Crew Space Transportation vehicle's interior has been designed by engineers from across the company.

Boeing has unveiled the cabin design for the Crew Space Transportation vehicle (CST-100), which could one day be taking people to space. It is developing the next-generation manned space capsule for NASA, as part of the Commercial Crew Integrated Capability initiative.

The CST-100's minimalist interior has been designed by engineers from across Boeing. The vehicle will be able to transport up to seven crew members or a mix of crew and cargo to low-Earth-orbit destinations such as the International Space Station. It is seen as one of the first major steps towards commercial space travel in the future. Rachelle Ornan, regional director of Sales and Marketing for Boeing Commercial Airplanes, said:

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