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New SkyDeck Bubble Will Allow Flight Passengers The Ultimate Window Seat

Written by the MarlonWayans.tv editorial team
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The idea of flying 30,000 feet in the air via a giant metal machine is a scary thought for some people. But others actually like going on plane rides. For those that actually like flying, a company has now produced an aircraft that allows your experience to be a million times better.
Every time a person boards a flight, a lot of people think it is absolutely necessary to get that iconic Instagram shot that features your view from the window seat. But this new flight offers passengers a seat with an even better view.
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The idea of flying 30,000 feet in the air via a giant metal machine is a scary thought for some people. But others actually like going on plane rides. For those that actually like flying, a company has now produced an aircraft that allows your experience to be a million times better.
Every time a person boards a flight, a lot of people think it is absolutely necessary to get that iconic Instagram shot that features your view from the window seat. But this new flight offers passengers a seat with an even better view.
According to the company Skydeck, this new two-seat pod will give the passengers ‘an exhilarating view of the aircraft’s external environment while in flight.’ The seats will sit on top of the aircraft and turn full circle for the best view possible. They will literally be on cloud nine.
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According to the company Skydeck, this new two-seat pod will give the passengers ‘an exhilarating view of the aircraft’s external environment while in flight.’ The seats will sit on top of the aircraft and turn full circle for the best view possible. They will literally be on cloud nine.
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