Airbus say they have created a concept for "the plane of 2050", featuring smart materials and an arching glass canopy.
The company has spent two years questioning over 1.75 million people into how they will fly in the future.
The latest version of Airbus' plane of 2050, an improvement on a 2011 design, takes in that research. The original totally transparent layout is a tad more realistic, being reduced to a glass roof canopy.
However, the plane now incorporates the smart technology many have already come to know from smartphones, in the form of head up display, whilst holograms mean passengers get to enjoy the on board entertainment and work facilities in 3D.
Morphing materials mean that seats can physically bend and transform to the passengers needs.
The design has come a long way since airbus first unveiled it over one year ago, but the company still believes this is a design which could form the basis of a real-life flying aircraft.