NEW plane designs have revealed revolutionary changes that could one day be rolled out to airlines.
Double decker rows, floating seats with hand luggage stored underneath and cabins which appear underwater are just some of the exciting plans.
The designs were revealed at the Crystal Cabin Awards 2022, which every year sees experts show off their innovative plans.
One of the designs, called Elevatem, was revealed by design company Teague, working with aerospace firm NORDAM.
The designs show a cabin with a "comfort in a home-like interior" with floating seats, which are instead attached to the all and the aisle.
They said this could even increase space for passengers as it increased the floor space.
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New designs have also revealed double decker seating concept Airsleeper, presented by engineering design company MMILLENNIUMM.
While it's not the first time double decker aisles have been presented, passengers on this particular design could be able to convert all of the seats into a lie-flat bed.
UK airline Virgin Atlantic showed off their new The Booth style seating, which is currently on one of the Upper Class cabins of their A350 plane.
Inside is a lounging circular sofa, which seats two, and has touchscreen monitors and a table for guests to relax it.
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