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The new Dominican airline, Air Dominicana has recently taken delivery of three new ‘Flying Duck’ airbuses. The new planes are the latest models from the European manufacturer and can reportedly carry 15% more passengers, 25% more luggage, and 18 more stewardesses, 19 if they are particularly slim or if they agree not to eat during the flight.
The one chief advantage of the new shape, is that the long, flexible neck allows the front of the plane to adjust up or down. This means that when the plane is flying through clouds, the cockpit can be lifted out of the clouds so the pilot can get a clear view of the path ahead, while the main body of the plane remains in the clouds collecting and filtering moisture through specially designed air-intakes for the air-conditioning and coffee-making system.
Originally posted by sy.gunson
It comes from a website whose contributors photoshop airliners.