What a secret bedroom looks like aboard a Boeing 777 passenger jet. Photo
During long flights, airplane passengers mostly rest - sleeping in their seats, watching movies, chatting. Meanwhile, the flight crew is busy working all the time. But it can't be that they don't have a chance to rest during the entire hour-long flight, can it?
The Sun answered this question by publishing a photo of a secret room that Qatar Airways has arranged on Boeing 777s for flight attendants to relax. And it looks like a pretty cozy bedroom.
This room is located at the rear of the airplane. It has single beds that are separated from the cabin by curtains. Moreover, even pilots can use them on long-haul flights that last up to 16 hours.
It is known that similar lounges are available on the planes of other carriers. Sometimes flight attendants share photos of these rooms on social media. For example, travel expert and TikTok user Michelle, who goes by the nickname laxtoluxury, said that on Boeing 787 Dreamliners, the crew lounge is located upstairs behind the cockpit, with a hidden staircase leading to it.
Qantas first officer Rob Noonan also showed off some of the hidden areas of the plane that passengers don't often see, including sleeping areas that are only open to crew members. "It's important to get a good night's rest on a flight, so we have a small secret crew lounge area that's hidden in the ceiling above the cockpit. The pilots have a place with one bedroom in front and there are two bedrooms for the flight attendants in the back," he said. Thus, flight personnel can really relax during long work shifts.
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