Hypersonic Jet, ZEHST, Revealed At Paris Air Show



How would you like to fly from New York to London and an hour? Or how about London to Tokyo in two hours? Some day you might be able to if the ZEHST plane gets off the ground.
A new hypersonic jet, dubbed ZEHST for Zero Emission Hypersonic Transportation, was revealed at the Paris Air Show on Sunday.  The plane, which debuted in mockup form, will reach speeds of 3,125 mph, or roughly four times the speed of sound (Mach 4), the Daily Mail reports.

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Vonskippy,
All passengers affectations will be addressed via the badass awesomeness of the vehicle. Also, by the time you begin feeling unconfortable, you'll already be disembarking in London, it's lousy weather and police state will make the trip seem like a cool breeze.
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"How is this going to be lucrative?"

Why with the new F.U.C.K. passenger device.

With the Full-onboard Ultra Compact Krammer (TM/Patent pending), the airlines can compress 14 passengers into the current space of 1.

Not only does the compression save space, but the passengers are too close together to move, use the restroom, complain, eat, watch videos, talk, or even breath.

The manufacture recommends lowers the cabin pressure to a near-comatose level in order to quell most passenger rebellions.
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It's 40 years before we see it. If it takes 40 years to develop ONE aircraft then it isnt innovation, its being slack, inefficient and wasteful.

Perhaps designing a similar aircraft thats got a development cycle that isnt a total joke would be kind of more worth the effort?
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