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Of course the most awesome room onboard the Airlander 10 would be this observation lounge with a glass floor. 

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Officially called the Infinity Lounge, it would be the perfect place to relax and watch the world go by.

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Nearby, the Altitude Bar would supply all of your libation needs.

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The Hindenburg had themed cocktails, so should the Airlander 10.

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Hybrid Air Vehicles, the company that built the Airlander 10, says the 150-foot passenger compartment from Design Q could fit 19 passengers and crew for a three-day cruise in the clouds.

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The lounge also could be turned into a dining area for 18 passengers (it's unclear where that nineteenth person is supposed to eat).

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Forget about that lousy economy class seat that barely reclines, the private bedrooms on the Airlander 10 would put even a lie-flat business class seat to shame. 

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It would be seriously cool to enjoy the view as you fall asleep.

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