Over 3 million people travel by airplane every day all around the world. That means 80 000 flights a day, one per second. There are around 30 million flights connecting 14 000 airports in the whole world. Europe is one the main hubs, with almost 35% of daily traffic.
By 2030, 17 million flights a year are expected, instead of today’s 10 millions. This represents a massive challenge for the aircraft industry, airports and traffic management. But what technological solutions can be found so to avoid saturation? By giving the account of the journey of a tourist couple from Paris to Dubai, this one-off explores the air and ground solutions that responds to future needs as tech-savvy travelers , Max, 25 and Chloé, 21, know how to spare time… Discover the behind the scenes of big airports, from the control tower to the cockpit, from the gate to the boarding of passengers and their luggage. And witness the aeronautical engineers as they are designing the future planes and safety systems.