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June 20, 2024

Cruising the skies in a nuclear-powered sky hotel

Arushi Sakhuja
A cruise is so 2000s, so now it’s time for the next big thing, a cruise in the sky! A new concept has been making the rounds in newspaper reports in the last few days, and if they are to be believed, it seems like a Sky Cruise could soon be coming to our world.
While the idea only exists conceptually right now, the Sky Cruise was originally designed by Tony Holmsten and is now redesigned by Hashem Al-Ghaili. It is defined as an aircraft that never lands.  Hashem himself released a video on youtube that showcased all the features of the sky cruise.
Sky Cruise Design
Photo Courtesy: Tony Holmsten / Instagram
Designed to accommodate 5,000 people, its sleek design brings together the idea of a commercial flight while offering the epitome of luxury. This Sky Cruise spells out grandeur, making it a holiday destination that is other-worldly giving you the ultimate travel experience.
A nuclear-powered sky hotel, it is introduced as the super-sized flying Sky Cruise. It has a huge hall that offers a 360-degree panoramic view of nature. An elevator connects the panoramic hall to an entertainment deck that has everything you can wish for, from restaurants, bars, a shopping mall, cinemas gyms, medical centres to swimming pools and more. It even has a section for events and business meetings.


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But what’s more? The decks are connected with exterior elevators making you feel like you’re on top of the world (quite literally). With three balconies, guests can even indulge in activities like star gazing and looking at the aurora borealis.
Sky Cruise
Photo Courtesy: Hashem Al-Ghaili / Youtube
Having zero carbon emission, the 20 electric engines fueled by small nuclear reactors power the aircraft and allow the sky cruise to never run out of fuel, and fly for several years without touching the ground.
The sky cruise eliminates the potential of air turbulence to create a seamless flying experience, using AI. Supplies and guests are brought to the hotel using electric commercial aircraft and private jets which take off from different airports around the world. All maintenance and repairs are also done above ground.
Do you think that this could someday become a reality?⁠
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Arushi Sakhuja


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