It is said that because of the small number of elements of a "Flying wing aircraft", it is possible to reduce the air resistance and the weight of the fuselage, and it is also said that the gliding distance is short.
However, due to the high production costs and the difficulty of designing, only a few have been put to practical use. In the future, isn't the expectation of environmental performance changing the focus on aircraft with low aircraft weight? On the production side, 3D printers, computers with high-performance processing capabilities, and advanced sensor and control technologies are expected to dramatically reduce costs. From this, I thought that in the future, electrified all-wing aircraft would flourish in the sky.