Aircraft innovations range from clip-on cabins to skeletal frames

06/13/2013 | BBC · Sydney Morning Herald (Australia), The

The TEDGlobal conference in Edinburgh showcased a host of cutting-edge ideas, including visions of the future of air travel. Airbus proposed a design for an aircraft that mimics the structure of a skeleton. Meanwhile, Swiss inventors have created the "Clip-Air" concept plane, a flying wing that would carry passengers or cargo in clip-on pods or capsules.

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