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Air New Zealand to test bunk beds for economy fliers

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Air New Zealand has announced that it was on the site for the installation of the sleeping pods in the economy and there are. The company says that it spent three years researching and developing the concept with the input of more than 200 clients.

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The airline unveiled a new concept in a press release sent to Fox News. Air New Zealand said the draft, which will be referred to Skynest, you will need to be tested for a year in Auckland, New-York-surgery, at which point the company will have to make a decision about his future.

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“We have a tremendous amount of development going on on the lookout for new products that we bring in all the cabins of the aircraft. Is a clear pain point for the economy passengers on long-haul flights, it is the inability to stretch out. The development of the Skynest was a direct response to this challenge,” said Air New Zealand Chief Marketing and Customer Officer Mike Tod.

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Each bed will consist of a full-size pillow, sheets, blanket, earplugs, and the use of a curtain, along with a lighting system designed for the water.

The general manager of Customer Experience at Nikki Goodman, said: “We see a future experience in which the economy class, and the class of the customer in the long-haul flights would be able to make to the Economy, Skynest, in addition to their Economy to a chair, get some rest and arrive at their destination ready to go. This is a game-changer on so many levels.”

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Kerry Reeves, the airline’s Head of Airline Programs, is included in the design of the company’s ‘can-do’ attitude.” He followed up by explaining, “The question is never ” can we do this’, but rather ‘is it right for you to do this for our customers?” and ” how are we going to do?’ The ability to be a good idea to carry out and to deliver an innovation that could work in our environment, in our marketplace and to our customers gives us an advantage.”

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