If you plan a journey of your life, including long-distance travel by plane, you may be trying to figure out how to manage long-haul flights, and still be able to stay awake, rejuvenate and prepare for new adventures. However, as we all know, long-distance flights are both laborious and laborious, because we can hardly sit upright, squeeze between two other people, cough, and when the baby crying wakes up, they rarely sleep well. People are in the aisle. Pass over you. This is a miracle. We can't distribute it in one day as soon as we enter the hotel room.
But did you know that we now have a good alternative to provide a full level bed that will allow you to sleep well when you are completely flat? Now, when I say it is completely flat and level, I am not talking about steep reclining and footstools, but rather a bed that is as flat as your bed with a comfortable pillow and blanket. Wear a mask, put on earplugs, and fly in the clouds, you will have a sweet dream, wake up and rejuvenate, you can set off on the ground. Getting good and good sleep on the fly can make your journey more efficient and fun, which is worth the extra effort.
But I know you have to wonder how expensive these options are, and these options only apply to those who have the ability to afford first class. Unfortunately, most of them are only available in First Class, but that doesn't mean you can't afford it. One idea might be to increase the budget to include sleeper seats to ensure that you get enough energy through enough sleep to make the most of your journey. However, another option is to use the points you save on your preferred airline or credit card. For first-class sleeper options, more and more airlines offer full-level beds, such as Delta, American Airlines and Korean Air, which vary in price and availability.
However, for those of us who have no budget or don't have the first-class ticket points, there is finally a new good solution. Finally, through the innovative design of Air New Zealand, the economy class can use the flat bed, I hope other airlines can follow suit. Air New Zeland, called Skycouch, has three rows of seats that have been specifically designed to create a completely flat space for the front seat backrest. This provides a place for children to play, or a flat surface for adults to relax and sleep.
So what is the price of the "Skycouch" option? For two adults traveling, Skycouch's fee will be based on buying two seats at the standard price, while the third seat will buy about half the price. The service will be launched on Air New Zealand flights between Auckland and Los Angeles and will be available on airlines' Los Angeles-London flights starting in April 2011. So, although you might think that as you can see, if you want to travel economically, you can choose a sleeper bed, and now you are finally there.