You don’t have to worry about delays or passenger confusion.
Cramped and uncomfortable seats can be the biggest concern for prospective flyers.
Ann X users became a hot topic When asked what the cabins of Ryanair’s planes, the notoriously no-frills budget airline that flies to Europe, will look like in the distant future, they shared an AI-generated image.
Marius Nicolescu jokingly tweeted: “It did not disappoint.”
Advanced technology has created the image of an airplane with long seats crammed in rows facing each other.
There were windows not only on the walls but also on the ceiling.
The real madness was in the middle of the plane, where four rows of seats were stacked on top of each other.
Some seats were covered in darkness and appeared to be enclosed, while others were far off the ground and had no handrails.
Several passengers had to sit in their seats with their legs dangling in the air in the headroom of the person below them.
“It’s like hell.” @doofgen said.
“The only problem is that someone sitting in the top row of seats might fall out in the turbulence.” @GarnachoAura commented.
“Are you sitting across from someone the entire flight? Thank you, I’m fine.” @npjem replied.
Some seats don’t even have a walkway to guide passengers into position.
“Where is the ladder to get to my seat?” @Backfromsydney asked.
“This is terrible.” @NtimsJP simply stated.
This futuristic image is the latest re-imagining of what air travel will look like in the coming years.
Just last year, images of a plane with double-decker seating caused controversy.
A prototype unveiled at this year’s Aircraft Interiors Exhibition in Hamburg, Germany, shows a lack of overhead storage, with space between the two rows.
This leaves just 4.92 feet of space between the top row of seats and the top of the plane, preventing passengers from standing up and exiting the plane.
Designer Alejandro Nuñez Vicente argued that current economy seat designs already require travelers to squat down.
People sitting in the bottom row can stretch their legs because there is no seat in front of them. However, the problem with this row is that some travelers may feel more claustrophobic than the middle seats.
New seating arrangements are just one of many predictions people are making about the future of travel.
european low cost airlines easyJet asked a panel of experts to predict what travel will look like in 50 years.
The airline says biometric data has replaced red tape, all luggage now has smart data tags, 3D printers have made it possible to produce clothing on the go, and packaging has become a thing of the past. I predict that it will be.