This Airline Is Installing Bunk Beds On Long-Haul Flights

Flying might get a little more fun if you ever fly with Air New Zealand because they're introducing bunk beds to their long-haul flights!

The airline is planning to introduce bunk bed-style sleeping pods that can be used by economy passengers by 2024 and while they'll initially be available on their 17-hour flights, we could totally see them being introduced on red eye flights.

Air New Zealand has named the concept ‘Skynest’ and said that economy passengers will be sold regular, non-reclining seats and they’ll be able to book four-hour sessions in the sleeping pods at an additional cost.

While the cost for the bunk beds hasn't been revealed just yet, each pod will be changed by cabin crew after every booking and will be decked out with ventilation outlets, USB charging and a privacy curtain.

You can see what the beds will look like below, but if you're traveling with a family of four then bunk beds sound like the way to go!


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