656-Foot ‘AirYacht’ concept that transports 40 people around the world coming closer to reality

Here's the future of traveling!
  • AirYacht will change the way of luxury traveling
  • It’s a massive aircraft, 200 meters long and towering 50 meters high
  • It can reach heights of around 10,000 feet

Published on May 2, 2024 at 6:02PM (UTC+4)

Last updated on May 2, 2024 at 6:33PM (UTC+4)

Edited by Kate Bain
AirYacht concept becoming reality

It’s time to talk about the AirYacht, a wonder of modern times!

This futuristic vehicle is set to change the world of luxury travel.

It’s a massive airship, 200 meters long and towering 50 meters high, gracefully gliding through the sky at speeds of up to 50 knots.

This vehicle – if it ever becomes a reality – could reach heights of around 10,000 feet, offering breathtaking views of the world below.

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In today’s world, flying cars are becoming a reality, and the AirYacht is another example of how much modern technology is changing.

It’s far more than just getting from one place to another.

This new version of the AirYacht is getting closer to becoming a reality, and instead of having a detachable superyacht, it now boasts a lounge that’s part of the airship itself.

This change allows for more passengers and increases its weight capacity.

With this redesign, the AirYacht will offer flexibility to accommodate larger groups and embark on longer journeys.

The lounge is spacious, offering 8,600 square feet of living space, perfect for anywhere from 10 to 40 guests, depending on how it’s set up.

The CEO of AirYacht Guillaume Hoddé and engineer Matthieu Ozanne were the minds behind this impressive idea.

And now, their dream is about to become a reality.

But this thing is not just luxury, it’s eco-friendly too.

Currently, the AirYacht uses a mix of fuels to move, but it’s planning to switch to cleaner hydrogen power soon.

Now let’s jump to what’s inside!

AirYacht lets you dine in style, you can sip drinks at the bars, and soak in stunning views all around.

When you need some quiet time, retreat to the large bedrooms, and rest assured, a team of 12 crew members will make sure everything runs smoothly.

It’s projects like AirYacht or this giant flying hotel that truly make a change in the world of luxury and travel.

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