to be able to travel lying down tourist class during the routes of long distance The project in which the New Zealand flag airline is working is Air New Zealand for three years, and whose design was unveiled this Wednesday.
“We have a lot of work in development to seek out product innovations that we can introduce in all cabs. One drawback for economy class passengers on long-haul flights is that they cannot stretch, Air New Zealand marketing director Mike Todd said in a statement.
The airline registered the patent for the design as Baptistry. ‘Economy Skynest’, consisting of A module with three bunk beds on each side, each of them two meters long and 58 centimeters wide, includes sheets, blankets and pillows, as well as curtains to give privacy.
New Zealand airline further revealed that it has made prototype test With over 200 passengers and crew, whose impression has been “excellent”.
Air New Zealand indicated that next year it would make a final decision on using berths on its flights after evaluating results on the Auckland-New York route, a journey that takes 17 hours and 40 minutes and is one of the airline’s routes. . world.
Prototype tests have been ‘excellent’
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