Unless you’re deathly afraid of planes, one of the worst things about flying is the sheer tedium of it. It’s nothing but indeterminate waiting — waiting for security, waiting to board, waiting to reach your destination.
Airbus has just been granted a patent for a wild new way to try to speed up boarding on planes — and as Ars Technica points out, it’s just like something out of the classic kids TV show Thunderbirds.
Here’s how it works.
On normal planes, passengers line up to board and shuffle in one at a time. It’s inefficient and pretty time-consuming.
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Source Credits: Business Insider. The above photo is another design for the Year 2050 by Airbus. As shared in Curve.