Crew rest and sleeping quarters.
But where do they do it?
See what the secret cabins look like.
“On long flights, there’s most likely flight attendants who are sleeping below you or above you,” flight attendant Kat Kamalani previously told Insider.
On the Boeing 777, pilots have their own overhead sleeping compartments, which feature two roomy sleeping berths, as well as two business-class seats, and enough room for a closet, sink, or lavatory, depending on the airline.
Here we see the A350 XWB flight attendants’ area, which sleeps six.
Many of you are probably wondering what the CRCs look like in Airbus’ mammoth A380. Designed by Diehl Aerosystems, they’re as gargantuan as you’d expect, sleeping no less than 12 by stacking the bunks three high:
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