If you're planning a lifetime trip that includes a long flight, you might be trying to figure out how you can manage the long journey, feel the constant landing, wake up, and get ready for your new adventures. However, as we all know, long journeys are exhausting and exhausting since we rarely get a good sleep while sitting upright, crowded between two other people, accompanied by coughing people, and crying children and people brushing the past for you In the hallways. It's a wonder that we can't just go out for a day once we arrive at our hotel rooms.
But did you know that we now have a very good choice with airlines offering fully horizontal beds that allow you to sleep properly while you are flat? Now when I say perfectly flat and horizontal, I'm not talking about a steep slope with a footrest, what I'm talking about is a flat bed like your bed with a nice comfortable pillow and a blanket. Put on your face mask, put it in your earplugs and you will dream of beautiful dreams as you fly through the clouds and wake up refreshed and ready to go as soon as you hit the ground. Having a good sleep on your trip can make your trip more productive and enjoyable, making it worth the extra effort.
However, I know you have to wonder how expensive these options are and are they only available to those who can afford first class costs. 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 extend your budget to sleeper seats to help make sure you get the most out of your trip by activating a sleeping sound. But another option is to use those points that you have saved on your airline or favorite credit card. For first-class sleep options, there are more and more airlines that offer horizontal beds just like Delta, American and Korean, all in price and availability.
However, for those of us who don't have the budget or the points that make a first-class option an option, there's finally a great new solution. Finally, the flat bed is available in the economic section through an innovative design from Air New Zeland and we hope other airlines will follow suit. Named as "Skycouch", Air New Zeland has three seats specially designed to provide full flat space up to the rear seats. This provides a place for children to play or a flat surface for adults to relax and sleep.
So how much does the Skycouch option cost? For two adults traveling, Skycouch will cost to buy two seats at standard prices while the third seat is about half the price. The Air New Zealand service will be launched between Auckland and Los Angeles and will be available on airline services in Los Angeles – London as of April 2011. So, while you might think that sleeping in a sleeping bed was an option if you want to travel economically, as you can see -Now that might be so.