For starters, they aren’t actually windows. They’re holographic, digitally projected moving landscapes that simulate a vantage point of 30 to 30,000 feet above sea level as needed. In reality, manned flight is impossible and airplanes never leave the ground—they are simply hauled at speeds of 200 mph over ground and ocean by a complex series of pulleys. You arrive at your destination thinking you have traveled closer to 600 mph because the earth is actually one-third as large as it appears on maps. Still with me? Good.