British Airways showed the future of traveling to the XXII century

One of the largest airlines in the world presented their futuristic vision of the future of traveling not only on the planet, but also on the Solar System in the Saatchi Gallery in London.

Interestingly, according to British Airways, future planes will not have much in common with today’s machines. They are to be just spaceships that will be modeled on airplanes. The way of traveling is to be completely different from today’s. This fact should not come as a surprise, because in the case of travel between the Earth’s metropolises with hypersonic speeds, the flight will last several or a dozen minutes, so entertainment in this case will be unnecessary.

It will be different in terms of flights to the Moon or Mars. Flight time may be extended to weeks. Then the carrier will have to take care not only of making the journey time more pleasant, but also for our physical condition in microgravity and proper nutrition. Futurologists believe that the space for passengers will be modified accordingly for each of them, according to the most sophisticated tastes.

Future planes are meant to resemble luxury hotels or simply cruise ships. Business meetings, banquets, exhibitions and cultural events are to take place on their decks. Stewardesses will be replaced by robots equipped with artificial intelligence. Based on facial recognition systems and mood identification, machines will satisfy all passengers’ needs before they ask for anything.

At the Flight of the Foreseeable exhibition, at the Saatchi Gallery in London, you can also learn that our things packed in your luggage will be properly repackaged so that they take up as little space as possible. They will all deal with specialized works. British Airways has created the Curio project on the occasion of the 100th anniversary of the company’s start-up, which will be celebrated on August 26. Then the British carrier will present its grand plan of vision for the future of its development. This unusual project involved students from the Royal College of Art and the greatest futurologists and experts in the latest technology.