Green air transportation in the near future

Designer and aviation enthusiast Oscar Vinals has designed a triple-decker concept plane called the AWWA Progress Eagle, which he imagines could be implemented by 2030.
With his newest design, the AWWA-QG Progress Eagle, he imagines the future of travel as a triple-decker aircraft with zero carbon emissions. Rather than relying on traditional fossil fuels, the plane (which he envisions taking to the skies in 2030) would rely on six hydrogen engines to lift the plane off the ground. The aircraft would also be fitted with a rear engine that would double as a wind turbine, and solar panels on the roof and wings. Vinals also envisions the plane, which would carry up to 800 passengers (275 more passengers than the largest aircraft today could handle), would have a new passenger class in the front of the plane. The "pilot class" would have panoramic views. There would even be the potential for private rooms, shops and restaurants. 
How is the AWWA·QG “Progress Eagle”?  What would it do? & How it works ?
· Zero contaminant emissions.· Noiseless in a 75% more than current planes.· Self-sufficiency in Energy.· Hydrogen Fuel combustible, only 30% of all airplane’s energy.· Nano-Kinetic (Nanowires) system powered, Quantum solar dot cells (CQD) powered, Radio frequency & Electromagnetic atmosphere’s waves power-harvesting device system powered, Hybrid solar cells (in the airplane’s ceiling with hexagonal pattern inside a glass structure and like a part of the fuselage, that allows the passengers of the third deck have amazing views of the sky ) and finally Thermoelectric system powered. Some of these systems have “the objective”, to capture the maximum rate of energy from electromagnetic spectrum. These technologies cover a surface of about 463 m2 over the airplane’ structure.· Three decks with a capacity for 800 passengers (basic configuration) with very comfortable “space”.· The cockpit is located on the second deck with a special crewmember’s room with beds, coffee office and work’s room.· 96 meters of wingspan (tip to tip) with the possibility to fold a section of these wings when the plane is in the airport in order to reduce the wingspan size to fulfill with the requirements about international airports .· Triple winglets system, one of these electroluminescent (middle) and built with Smart materials that could adapt its “blended angle”.· Battery storage integrated in the structure’s wings and in the cargo bay’s plane, in order to keep the airplane’s masses on the best balance.· Ultra slim and lightweight wings in double arrow geometry with “special devices”.· CO2 cleaner system on the rear part (based on an original concept from Lenfest Center for Sustainable Energy at Columbia University's Earth Institute).· Could produce Hydrogen from H2O in the atmosphere to refuel the tanks.· Built with the future materials, based in fiber carbon, graphene, ceramic & composite materials, aluminum alloys, titanium, self-healing skin with meta-materials, shape-memory alloy (SMA materials), optic fiber cabling, perovskite crystals & PbS nanocrystals… and more.· Extra landing gears, two in front side and one in rear side to keep the airplane secured in the maneuvers of take-off and landing.· Laser guidance system, assist the airplane when the climatology is adverse, in order to guide the plane analyzing the altitude, air speed, position, angle of flight, and more… all the data for a right landing. With a laser beam the airplane and airport tower can transmit information in all moment in all conditions



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