Hello; The flight deck of an aircraft carrier refers the surface from which its aircraft take off and land, essentially a miniature airfield at sea. On smaller naval ships which do not have aerospace as a primary mission, the landing area for helicopters and other aircraft is also referred to as the flight deck. Numerous innovations were introduced to the flight decks. The first one were inclined wooden ramps built over the forecastle of warships. Eugene Ely made the first fixed-wing aircraft take-off from a warship from USS Birmingham on 14 November 1910. After several months, the landing process took place on Curtiss pusher plane on a platform on Pennsylvania anchored in San Francisco Bay using the first tailhook system, designed and built by circus performer and aviator Hugh Robinson. So basically, if we want to know what the future aircraft carrier will be. We just need to look at the British. Their latest design changes include a twin island and an automated weapons handling system. Some countries like America and South Korea have or will adopt the changes.