In a Youtube video highlighting scientific breakthroughs, Hashem Al-Ghaili, a Yemeni science communicator and video producer known for his infographics and videos highlighting scientific breakthroughs, proposed the concept of a flying nuclear powered sky hotel.
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In a recent YouTube video, the idea of a huge airborne hotel that could carry up to 5,000 guests and cruise above the sky without landing was revealed.
This so-called “Sky Cruise” would essentially be a massive, AI-controlled airliner with 20 nuclear-powered engines and the ability to stay in the air for an extended period of time. Passengers and supplies would be transported to it by regular aircraft, and all repairs would be made while it was in the air.
Along with these facilities, the flying hotel would have theatres, cinemas, restaurants, bars, shopping malls, sports facilities, swimming pools, and theatres. The promotional video for “Sky Cruise” also touts it as a perfect location for weddings.
This sky hotel would have “unlimited energy” thanks to a “small nuclear reactor” that “uses highly-controlled fusion reaction.”
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Hashem Al-Ghaili, a Yemeni science communicator and video producer well recognized for his infographics and videos highlighting scientific breakthroughs, is the creator of this concept.
The Daily Star said that Al-Ghaili said he thought the Sky Cruise will be “fully autonomous” and that it “could be the future of transport.”
Watch the video below: