Sky reserved seat: economy class passengers of New Zealand Airlines will be able to lie down during the flight

Sky reserved seat: economy class passengers of New Zealand Airlines will be able to lie down during the flight

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People who go on long-haul flights will now be able to travel comfortably even in economy class. New Zealand's largest airline, Air New Zealand, has developed a system of bunk beds for passengers to rest during the flight. It took three years to develop the project, but the result was worth the expectations.

Sky reserved seat: economy class passengers of New Zealand Airlines will be able to lie down during the flightThe dimensions of Economy Skynest sleeping cells will reach more than 2 m in length and 58 cm in width. In them, passengers will be able to use a pillow, a sheet, a bedspread and earplugs. Each place will be fenced off from the next by a curtain. The capsules are planned to be equipped with reading lighting and a charger with a USB connector.

Sky reserved seat: economy class passengers of New Zealand Airlines will be able to lie down during the flightAir New Zealand hit the hot headlines a few years ago with another invention to improve comfort in economy class cabins. Then the creators developed Skycouch — a series of seats that can turn into a sofa after takeoff. The company's executives say they want to make long-distance flights as convenient as possible for economy passengers.Sky reserved seat: economy class passengers of New Zealand Airlines will be able to lie down during the flightAir carriers say they will postpone making a decision on the placement of beds in cabins until they see how popular flights from Oakland to New York will be next year. The developers also expect interest from other airlines wishing to use their sleeping modules in their aircraft. A little secret: the crew also has beds for flights to long destinations, which are hidden in a secret compartment.

Almost everyone had a bitter experience associated with flights: from crying children and turbulence, to places near the toilet. Two strongmen flew from London to Scotland in economy class. Huge men barely squeezed into small chairs and shared photos and impressions of the terrible discomfort on Instagram.

Keywords: Airline | Airlines | Cabin | Capsule | Comfort | Bed | Novelty | Passengers | Flight | Project | Sleep | Economy class

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