The luxurious interiors of the Airlander 10 – a combination of plane and airship – have been unveiled at the Farnborough Airshow.
As the world's largest aircraft –
– it will be able to carry up to 19 passengers for three-day expeditions with full catering provided,
The interiors were created as a collaboration with aviation and automobile design firm Design Q – and the glass-covered cabin looks like it will make for some amazing views
As long as you're not scared of heights, that is – as there's even glass on some parts of the floor.
For passengers, the journey will be just as important as the destination. With a max speed of only around 146 kilometres per hour, it floats along at a leisurely pace compared to the Airbus A380's cruising speed of 901km/h.
"Air travel has become very much about getting from A to B as quickly as possible," HAV's CEO Stephen McGlennan told the BBC. "What we're offering is a way of making the journey a joy."
HAV's goal is to provide "luxury expeditionary tourism" – comparable to a cruise, the airship could be used to show off destinations like the Grand Canyon or the pyramids of Egypt from the sky.
However, it hasn't always been smooth sailing for the Airlander 10. While its first test flight was successful, the second ended with the aircraft nose-diving into a field near its UK hangar, shortly after takeoff.
Originally a US Army project, the 93m-long Airlander 10 has been described as "part plane, part helicopter" and is worth £80 million ($153 million).
The aircraft has the ability to land and takeoff from sand, water and ice, opening up the possibilities for tourism even further.
Despite these impressive credentials, it has attracted ridicule on social media due to its slight resemblance to rather large buttocks - but its unusual shape is what makes it aerodynamic.
Although the Airlander 10 is the largest aircraft in the world, bigger than the Airbus A380, it is still dwarfed by the zeppelins developed in Germany in the 1930s.