If you are planning a lifelong journey that includes long-haul flights, you may be thinking about how you can handle long flights and still feel awake and ready for your new adventure. You. However, as we know, long flights are draining and tiring, as we rarely get a good night's sleep while sitting almost completely upright between two people and being agitated by People cough, babies cry. And people brush you in the driveway. It is no wonder that we can not give up one day for the moment we reach our hotel room.
But did you know that we now have a very good option with airlines that are offering a completely horizontal bed that allows you to sleep comfortably while you sleep? Now, when I speak flat and horizontal, I am not talking about the footrest combined with the footrest, what I am talking about is a bed as flat as your bed, with a nice pillow and blanket. Put a mask on your face and put in your earrings and you will have a sweet dream while flying in the clouds and wake up fresh and ready to go as soon as you hit the ground. A full, quality sleep on your flight can make your trip more productive and enjoyable, which will make it well worth the extra effort.
But I know you have to wonder about these options being expensive and the only options available to those who can afford first grade. Unfortunately, most of them are available in the first grade, however that doesn't mean you can't afford them. One thought might be that it might be worth setting up your budget to include a chair that helps you make sure you get the most out of your journey, powered by a deep sleep. But another option is to use those points you have saved on the plane or credit card you want. For the first class insomnia option, there are a growing number of airlines offering full beds, such as the US and Korean Air, and they range in both price and value.
However, for those of us who do not have the budget or the point to make the first class an option, there is finally a great new solution. Finally, the bunk beds are available in the economy through Air New Zeland's innovative design, and hopefully other airlines follow the lead. Called "Skycouch", Air New Zeland has three rows of seats designed specifically to create a full space for the rear seats. This provides a place for toys or a space for adults to rest and sleep.
So how much is a "Skycouch" option? For two adults traveling, Skycouch will be based on purchasing two seats at regular prices, and the third seat costs about half. The service will be launched on Auckland, between Auckland and Los Angeles, and will be available on Los Angeles of the airline from April 2011. So while you may think that traveling on a bed is an option, if you want to travel economically as you see it, it may now be.