Hotel That Never Lander will fly 5,000 guests through the sky

People have been amazed by a video showing a potential AI pilot pilot who ‘would never land’. Take a look below:

Designed by Hashem Al-Ghaili, the concept of “Sky Cruise” is basically a flying hotel that boasts 20 nuclear-powered engines and will have the capacity to carry 5,000 passengers.

Al-Ghaili has billed the plane as the “future of transport” and explained that conventional airlines would “ferry” passengers to and from Sky Cruise, which would never touch the ground and would even have all repairs done in flight.

The Daily Star reported on Al-Ghaili’s design, noting that when asked how many pilots it would take to fly the Sky Cruise, he replied: “All this technology and you still want pilots? I think it will be completely autonomous.”

The idea behind the “flying hotel” has amazed viewers. Credit: Hashem Al-Ghaili

That’s fine, but Sky Cruise will still require a large number of employees on board since there would also be a large mall on board, not to mention pools, gyms and cinemas.

In a video rendering of the plane, posted by Al-Ghaili on YouTube with the title: ‘Sky Cruise: A Futuristic Hotel Above the Clouds’, it can be seen towering over aircraft of normal size and was even described as being’ the perfect the wedding venue ”.

Although the launch date of the flying hotel has not yet been announced, not everyone is interested in Al-Ghaili’s idea, with one person writing in the comments section below his video: “Good idea to put a nuclear reactor in something that might work wrong and fall out of the sky.”

Another added: “I’m sure I could afford a ticket to the lowest deck with no legroom and no access to the lounge,” while a third joked, “I feel like this’s where all the rich go to hide. during the apocalypse, and just fly around the rest of the world while everyone fights each other Mad Max style. “

Sky Cruise would be a flying hotel that could carry 5,000 passengers.  Credit: Hashem Al-Ghaili
Sky Cruise would be a flying hotel that could carry 5,000 passengers. Credit: Hashem Al-Ghaili

The 31-year-old science communicator and video producer Al-Ghaili is Yemeni, but is currently based outside Berlin, according to his website.

Part of his biography reads: “Hashem is a molecular biologist by subject, using his knowledge and passion for science to educate audiences through social media and video content.”

Services that Al-Ghaili specializes in include voice engagement, content creation and digital marketing. Back in 2018, he held a Ted Talk about the education system and how it can be changed for the better.

Other videos on Al-Ghaili’s YouTube include: “This is what happens when you break your knuckles”, “Top five extreme planets that can kill you” and “Could the earth stop rotating one day?”