Hmm. Anyway, Space.com reports this mock-up is pretty close to the actual plane:
“It won’t be much different than this,” [British entrepreneur Sir Richard] Branson told reporters here at Wired Magazine’s NextFest forum. “It’s strange to think that in 12 months we’ll be unveiling the actual plane, and then test flights will commence right after that”. . .
[For] an initial ticket price of $200,000, Virgin Galactic passengers will buy a 2.5-hour flight aboard SpaceShipTwo and launch from an altitude of about 60,000 feet (18,288 meters), while buckled safely in seats that recline flat after reaching suborbital space. A flight animation depicted passengers clad in their own personal spacesuits as they reached a maximum altitude of at least 68 miles. . .
Passengers will have several minutes of weightlessness during the spaceflight, and then have about 40 seconds to return to their seats. . . . the floor of SpaceShipTwo is also designed to be used during landing of spaceflyers fail to reach their spots in time.
WhiteKnightTwo carrier vehicles – which will be larger than a Boeing 757 jet – will also sport the same interior of SpaceShipTwo, and will be used for to help train passengers during a three-day orientation period before launch, Virgin Galactic officials said.