Seriously, Why Can’t All Planes Be This Awesome? I’d Fly Every Day.

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The skies would be a lot friendlier if we could all travel in these luxury airliners. Imagine coasting through the clouds in the comfort of your own private nook, eating dinner at these quaint tables or observing the splendor of our world through these windows.

Of course, most of us can’t afford to be so fancy, but it’s nice to dream every now and then. Flying in one of these airplanes would be a dream come true.

The Boeing 787 Dreamliner comes with these cozy nooks for flight attendants.

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And for the captains.

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The comfy cockpit of a private jet.

Designed in partnership with BMW, this Boeing 787 Airbus A350 probably feels like you’re flying in a cloud.

The Aeroscraft ML866 aircraft design includes a spacious interior is almost as big as half a football field.

The owner of this jet is clearly a sci-fi fan.

I would love to curl up on one of these curvy couches.

No, this isn’t Elvis’ bathroom: the owner of this Boeing 747-8i wanted to create a feeling of “garden in the sky.”

A deluxe interior features a design by Aeria.

The Strato Cruiser is still in the design stages, the project aims to include a gourmet restaurant, a spa, a swimming pool, a resident DJ and more in their aircraft.

(H/T: Huffington Post.)

I bet the passengers on these planes never had to deal with screaming babies or less-than-stellar leg room. When can I start flying on these things? I hate slumming it in coach!

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