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Less tiring air travel

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Less tiring air travel
An airline has unveiled economy class sleeping cabins that will be incorporated into some of its long-distance flights.

Air New Zealand intends to treat its passengers with care. Because let’s face it, long air travel, especially in economy class, can be very grueling.

The airline is currently testing its Skynest concept, which includes six full-length sleeping cabins . With these new seats, passengers can stretch out and take naps on real beds.

The new sleeping cabins will be incorporated into the new Boeing 787 Dreamliners, whichAir New Zealand plans to introduce in 2024.They will be available on the airline’s 17-hour ultra-long-haul flights.

Because there will only be a limited number of these cabins, passengers will be able to book a four-hour slot in a bunk bed.

Air New Zealand says two rows of three beds will be located between the Premium Economy and Economy cabins.

The beds are equipped with full-size pillows , bedding, earplugs, a reading light, a USB port and a ventilation outlet. Bedding will be changed between uses to maintain proper hygiene.

The airline will have to remove five economy seats to make room for six Skynest sleeping cabins.

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