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Where do FAs sleep on long flights

Discussion in 'Getting There & Getting Around' started by Joe, Sep 9, 2014.

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  1. Joe

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    Cool guess only the newer planes have them
     
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    Those ones on the Dreamliner look nice. The type I've typically seen on long-hauls to/from Asia are smaller bunk beds along the side with a curtain in front, similar to what you see in submarines. Those have been on Cathay and Singapore Air. Don't know what the US carriers give their crews.
     
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    Most US carriers that do not go internationally do not have crew quarters. Some of the bigger jets like the B747,B777,and A380 do tho.
     
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    Some carriers block off a few Economy seats and place a curtain around them for the crew, this usually happens on the planes that operate international flights but weren't really meant for them (ex. B757s).
     
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