With a group of 40 engineeers and planners, the company has come up with a serious proposal to construct an international airport like aircrafts, which the company hopes to be a $20 billion business plan. The company has also put in a claim with federal government for airport rights to a 40,000-square-mile swath of the Pacific. The airport would be a floating platform, permanently moored in water about 8-13 miles offshore. The airport would only be the roof of the superstructure, and under it would be 200 million square feet of rentable space for hotels, restaurants and free trade zones. The plan is to power the airport with renewable energy harnessed from wind, waves and ocean currents.