The SkyPalace redefines aerial cruise liners

An entirely new cruising experience. Floating effortlessly over land at low altitude. Arguably better than a trip into space. Simply the ultimate experience on earth.


World cruising, with crew to pamper 60 guests, travelling the world or hovering over one place. Personalised to an individual owner’s taste, similar to a mega-yacht. But obviously more exclusive, more comfortably spacious and much more environmentally acceptable.


Similar to the SuperCruiser but for scheduled long-haul world cruising, like today’s sea-going cruise ships – except passengers see inland icons.  The planned configuration could pamper 80 guests up to 14 days, full self-contained with zero land footprint. For example flying from Paris to Sydney via many of the world’s architectural wonders.


Carrying large numbers of tourists on sight-seeing day-trips; taking the sky-tour rather than the bus-tour or the rail-tour. Taking 600 tourists for a low-cost day-flight from Birmingham, UK, to Berlin via Paris with armchair comfort for all to enjoy the stunning views from the large windows or the outdoor roof terrace.

The SkyPalace. Just a pleasure to be there.

There is no cabin pressure, no jet-lag, virtually no vibration and you can go outside to breath-in the fresh air during the flight.

The planned habitable area of the SkyPalace is big. It features a 25 metre diameter accommodation unit over 5 levels, offering 2000 sqm of freely-configurable floor-space including an outdoor roof terrace. All configurations can be fully self-contained, carrying their own fresh water with integrated waste and power systems.

SkyPalaces are not designed to fly fast or to replace jet-airliners. On the contrary, they are designed to enable a similar luxury experience to current sea-voyaging cruises, but with the ability to access inland sites in the comfort of the mother ship.


up to 800 people (if you really want to invite all your friends)

Cruise Range

over 2,000 km (1,200 miles)

Cruise Speed

under 80 kmph (50 mph)

Cruise Altitude

under 3,000 m (10,000 ft)


2 or more people