The world's airline industry is continuing to struggle with the issue of social distancing onboard aircraft due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Fewer people are allowed on planes, but airlines still have to be proftiable.
Aviation enthusiasts on websites such as Reddit and Facebook have found a simple way to fix the problem: Photoshop.
It's not a tool that airlines could use to start turning a quick buck, but it has made for some rather entertaining images - some of which were even mistaken for real aircraft by people viewing them.
Here are some examples:
The A380 is the jewel in the crown of Singapore Airlines, but this version may just take things to the next level. If it were to become a reality, you'd be looking at a capacity of around 1500 passengers.
There's no denying that if this aircraft was ever built it would forever be known as the pencil.
A cruise ship in the sky: this isn't a double-decker, it's a septupled layer mega-beast. Imagine if the only toilet was at the back.
This design would be the one most likely to get off the ground physically, but economically - no way. As airlines choose to go with twin-engine aircraft, a plane with ten engines would break the bank.