The Dutch Royal Airline (KlM) has announced that it will help fund this project, which was the idea of Justus Benad, when he was a student at the Technical University of Berlin, and was developed by researchers at Delft University of Technology in the Netherlands.
This futuristic design includes a cabin for passengers, fuel tanks and freight rooms in the suites.
This aircraft will use 20% less than the Airbus A350-900, while carrying the same number of passengers. The aircraft includes 314 seats, while aircraft from the Airbus A350 can accommodate between 300 and 350 seats.
"Such innovation is necessary as a starting point for greater efficiency, while the technology is still being developed to create large-scale electric aircraft," said U-Del project leader Roelove Voss.
"Aviation contributes 2.5% Global carbon dioxide ", which calls for more sustainable aircraft.
Voss noted that researchers hope to introduce a miniature model in September 2019.
The new cabin design model will be open to the public at Schiphol Airport in Amsterdam in October 2019 as part of the 100th anniversary celebrations of KLM.