Sky Cruise is the nuclear giant of the 5.000-passenger skies

Viral exploit for the "flying ship" of the Yemeni engineer Hashem Al-Ghaili, managed by artificial intelligence and expected between 2030 and 2040

Sky Cruise is the nuclear flying ship designed by Hashem Al-Ghaili
Sky Cruise is the nuclear flying ship designed by Hashem Al-Ghaili: it intends to overcome a flight experience judged "boring and outdated"
(Illustration: Hashem Al-Ghaili)

A conceptual video of Sky Cruise, a gigantic one Flying car capable of carrying 5.000 passengers at a time and featuring all the luxuries and comforts in the world, it went viral on the internet.
The author of the film, the Yemeni engineer Hashem Al-Ghaili, argues that such an "airplane", which it will already be possible to build in the near future, will not have any carbon footprint.
The idea of ​​a small universe floating in the sky and teeming with life is not new and has been described in works by Jonathan Swift dating back to the XNUMXth century, long before the Wright brothers made their first real flight and long after the tragic end in Greek mythology of Icarus, son of the inventor Daedalus.
Not only that: fans of animation shows they may have come across this concept in the past while watching “Castle in the Sky,” a 1986 Japanese film.
While in the past these references were all based on the "virtues of materials" that exist on the planet to give these means the power to fly, the concept of the Sky Cruise borrows the innovations resulting from modern technologies to project us into a possible and perhaps desirable future of transportation.

Photogallery, the gigantic airship designed by Hashem Al-Ghaili
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Sky Cruise is the nuclear flying ship designed by Hashem Al-Ghaili
Sky Cruise is the nuclear flying ship designed by Hashem Al-Ghaili: in the upper area it will have an… airport for scheduled aircraft
(Illustration: Hashem Al-Ghaili)

A landing deck for airliners, cinemas and… weddings

Passengers wishing to visit Sky Cruise could charter aircraft or simply book tickets for an airliner capable of landing on this modern airship.
Once aboard the cruise, guests could view the Earth from above and a world of oxygen and clouds from the many observation decks available, such as the saucer-shaped observation tower built on the plane, while restaurants and bars they would cater for food and drink needs.
The huge airship will also have cinemas, theaters and card rooms for those looking for more playful yet traditional entertainment and even locations in which to get married or undergo surgery, as reported by the newspaper "The Independent".

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Sky Cruise is the nuclear flying ship designed by Hashem Al-Ghaili
Sky Cruise is the nuclear flying ship designed by Hashem Al-Ghaili: artificial intelligence will help it avoid bad weather and more
(Illustration: Hashem Al-Ghaili)

In flight for years thanks to a "meteodirect" AI and 20 electric motors

The vessel will be controlled by theartificial intelligence, who will have to be particularly skilled in reading the weather conditions in a way not only to be able to predict the weather turbulent, but also to “glide” through it, providing a risk-free experience for the tourists on board.
According to the creator of the video Hashem Al-Ghaili, the Sky Cruise will be powered by 20 electric motors that will allow it to soar in the sky.
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Sky Cruise is the nuclear flying ship designed by Hashem Al-Ghaili
Sky Cruise is the nuclear flying ship designed by Hashem Al-Ghaili: it will be powered by 20 electric motors and will take off with nuclear energy
(Illustration: Hashem Al-Ghaili)

A science communicator and biotechnologist with 30 million followers

Born on August 11, 1990, Hashem Al-Ghaili is a molecular biotechnologist, science communicator, film and television director and producer originally from Yemen, but living in Berlin.
He is best known for his infographics and very beautiful videos on scientific discoveries, which are very popular on social networks.
His work in communications has gained the attention of science news sources and users of the Web and media.
His self-explanatory images have amassed a large number of followers on social networks popular as Facebook and Imgur, with over 5 million views weekly.
As of November 25, 2018, she had surpassed 10 billion views and over 30 million followers on her page FB.

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Sky Cruise is the nuclear flying ship designed by Hashem Al-Ghaili
Sky Cruise is the nuclear flying ship designed by Hashem Al-Ghaili: artificial intelligence will help it avoid bad weather and more
(Illustration: Hashem Al-Ghaili)

The inventor: “The current flying experience has become boring and outdated”

In an email sent to “Interesting Engineering” magazine, Al-Ghaili told a few more details about what inspired him to create this unique video: “I think the current flying experience has become boring and outdated, taken for granted”.
"It's time for innovations, which make air travel more comfortable. I've always been a fan of Studio Ghibli. 'Castle in the Sky' is one of my favorite movies, where we see huge flying ships that travel almost continuously with people regularly living inside them”.
For this video, Hashem envisioned a world in which sky-crawling goes beyond the struggle of an individual in economy class or tourist class for a little more room to accommodate their legs.
When asked to indicate a date in which such a type of flight would have been objectively possible in the near future, Hashem Al-Ghaili said he was confident that this era is not that far away.

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Sky Cruise is the nuclear flying ship designed by Hashem Al-Ghaili
Sky Cruise is the nuclear flying ship designed by Hashem Al-Ghaili: it recalls “Castle in the Sky”, a 1986 Studio Ghibli “jap” film
(Illustration: Hashem Al-Ghaili)

"The atomic bomb necessary for take-off, then it will be an aerodynamic question"

“I would aim for 2030 or, at the latest, 2040. We just need enough energy for take-off. That's why nuclear is part of the project. I think it's a matter of time before the more powerful ones atomic reactors become small enough to be placed in an aircraft of that size”.
The volcanic Arabic-speaking engineer also publicly added that, once that these small reactors have actually been installed on board, for the "Sky Cruise" only the aerodynamics of the flight will have to be worked on.

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Sky Cruise is the nuclear flying ship designed by Hashem Al-Ghaili
Sky Cruise is the nuclear flying ship designed by Hashem Al-Ghaili: it recalls “Castle in the Sky”, a 1986 Studio Ghibli “jap” film (Illustration: Hashem Al-Ghaili)