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6 Bizarre Airplane Interior Designs That Could Change Flying Forever

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Long-haul flights are a necessary evil and I was intrigued this week to see Air New Zealand launch the world’s first sleeping capsules for economy class travelers.

This is rare good news for aviation design. I’m still crying over Ryanair’s idea to remove toilets from airplanes And his Skyrider concept, a “standing seat” from hell.

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Fortunately, it’s not all bad. There are plenty of people who design aircraft interiors with passenger comfort in mind. Here are some of the latest (and greatest) ideas:

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