Airbus today announced a new transparent plane, which should be ready by 2050, or ten to nine this evening.
A spokesman for Airbus, Jeremy Thomsett, said : 'Making the plane transparent will give passengers a better view of things like engines and wings falling off. They can also watch each other go to the toilet, and the air hostesses shagging the handsome male passengers in the loo. I wish... It will give passengers more to talk about during the flight, and a better understanding where port and starboard are, so that when the captain says "Stay calm, the port engine is on fire!" everyone will look in the right direction. Or in this case, left. Ha ha! It also means we can make them out of old yoghurt pots, which will reduce our costs considerably.'