Bee-Plane Passenger Floor Plan

It represents passengers cabin layout with seats, aisles, toilets, galleys, structures, luggage’s area.

Passenger floor that have been studied :

  • For TRL2, 2014

Tripple pressure bubble, two aisles of reinforcement structures, two aisles, central exit doors, galley in the middle en back. 220 passengers.
One single main door on each side for passenger’s embarkation. Main galley is on the back.

Doors are in the middle of the basket, bellow wings. Wall of the luggage’s area is used as reinforcement structures.

  • TRL1 Estaca 5A, 2013 :

Double pressure bubble, single reinforcement structures, two aisles, front and rear exit doors, galley in the middle.

As we continue to refine and advance the Bee-Plane design, the passenger experience remains at the forefront of our development goals. The evolution from TRL1 to TRL2 has seen significant enhancements in cabin layout and structural design, offering a more comfortable, safe, and enjoyable journey for all passengers. Our focus on improving the passenger environment reflects our commitment to not only meeting but exceeding current aviation standards and passenger expectations.

Looking ahead to TRL3, Bee-Plane is set to introduce even more revolutionary features aimed at enhancing passenger comfort and operational efficiency. Plans include the implementation of advanced climate control systems, state-of-the-art entertainment options, and increased personal space for each passenger. Furthermore, the introduction of innovative materials and smarter cabin designs will optimize the overall weight and durability of the aircraft, contributing to reduced carbon emissions and increased sustainability.

The ongoing development of the Bee-Plane is a testament to Technoplane’s dedication to pushing the boundaries of what is possible in modern aviation. By incorporating feedback from our collaborative network and staying abreast of new technological advancements, we ensure that each iteration of the Bee-Plane is better than the last. We invite industry partners, regulators, and the flying public to join us as we continue to innovate and refine our designs, aiming to revolutionize air travel for a safer, more efficient, and more enjoyable future.

Stay tuned to for updates on our progress, insights into our design process, and opportunities to get involved in the future of aviation. Together, we are flying towards a new horizon.