Ever wondered how the cabin crew manage to always work for long hours with a pleasant smile and fresh faces?
What if we tell you that planes have some really cool custom-made secret rooms for their cabin crew members to rest in!
Yes, the cabin crew members chill in tiny, windowless rooms. The compartments have beds for a quick nap.
Situated behind the cockpit, above the business class cabin, these compartments are accessed by a secret staircase whose door is password protected.
These secret rooms are designed to accommodate 6-8 people at a time and are bounded with strict warnings. Entry of passengers in these rooms is strictly prohibited.
The personal space has everything a cabin crew member needs. Lights, hooks, mirrors as well as pillows and blankets.
Almost similar to the cruise ships, the beds are usually situated along the aisle. Sometimes the are so narrow that one can only walk sideways.
There are some special arrangements for pilots, too. Two business class seats, along with the beds. Also, if the airline company is huge, they would provide some extra luxury like a closet, a toilet or a sink.
What a life!