Ever wondered where your air hostess sleeps?
Sleeping on the job isn’t encouraged in most workplaces, but for a flight attendant on a long-haul flight, it’s a must. Have you ever asked yourself where your flight attendants sleep? Now, we know where they do, at least on certain aircrafts.
On the as-designed Boeing 787 Dreamliner, flight attendants can duck into a secret room to go to bed. The quarters actually look rather spacious and comfy, sadly I don’t think we would ever get the chance to see them in person.
Even pilots also have the opportunity to sit back and relax on long flights, and their sleeping quarters don’t look bad either.
Over on the Boeing 777, a spokesperson mentioned that overhead crew rests look somewhat like this, a little different from the Dreamliner.
Though Boeing confirmed that crew rests do indeed exist, no other airlines reaffirmed that these particular quarters are really on the Dreamliner fleets.
Now that we’ve got that settled, should we go ahead and ask for larger sitting quarters for us passengers?
Source: Huff Post