It might not be the most attractive vehicle in the sky, but from within the Airlander 10 hybrid airship might just be one of the most jaw-dropping options for future air travel.

The 302-foot-long vessel from Hybrid Air Vehicles (HAV) has suffered a few setbacks during its developmental phase (we'll gloss over the nosedive into an English field), but the hype has been re-stoked following the release of design plans for the aircraft's incredible interior.

Disclaimer: the aircraft's cabin is covered in glass. Not ideal for those who are apprehensive towards heights, particular altitudes of circa 16,000 feet.

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Spearheaded by Design Q, the cabins are capable of carrying up to 19 passengers with full catering. The Airlander will be designed for three-day expeditions the company is calling "luxury expeditionary tourism".

Essentially a cruise for the skies with a max speed of 146 km/h, the eco-friendly aircraft will be ideal for soaring above natural wonders like the Grand Canyon or Amazon rainforest.

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With the ability to take off and land from basically anywhere, including water, the possibilities for the aircraft are pretty much limitless. However, it'll need to complete 200 incident-free flying hours before you'll be able to book your tickets to a glass-bottom bedroom in the sky.

The current prototype, the Airlander 10, is slated to be retired ahead of a brand new Airlander to arrive in 2020.

There are no estimates on price yet, but we can assume it'll include a fair few zeros. 

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