Engineer Invents Plane Capable Of Ejecting Cabin In Case Of An Emergency
Wednesday, 03 February 2016 - 16:21
If something were to go wrong mid-flight, this plane’s cabin would detach and drift safely to the ground with the aid of parachutes. Are you afraid of flying? Perhaps in the near future, you won’t have a reason to be.
If a Ukranian inventor has his way, planes of the future will all be able to eject the cabin – whether it’s in the process of take-off, is mid-flight, or is about to land – in the case of an emergency.
The Independent reports that for three years, Tatrenko Vladimir, a Ukranian engineer, has been working on technology capable of safely detaching a cabin from an airplane.
If something went wrong while in the air, the cabin would detach from the rest of the aircraft and drift safely to the ground with the aid of parachutes.