There are lots of reasons for getting stuck in an airport overnight. Your flight was cancelled (or you somehow missed it) and the next one isn’t until the morning. You have a REALLY long layover. There’s a weather delay. Or you planned it this way and sleeping at the airport is cheaper than staying at a hotel.
Whatever the case, the facilities available to you vary from airport to airport and fortunately, there’s a website that can help you with what to do at over 1200 airports around the world…
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Imagine flying between, for example, Manchester and Orlando, and you had the option of a lie flat seat, but didn’t have to pay for First, Business or Upper Class to do it? Sounds good, huh? Turns out you now can!
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There are some lucky souls who can sleep just about anywhere, including on planes. And then there are the rest of us.
When you’re on a long haul flight, having a first- or business-class seat to actually lie flat (or sorta flat) in is REALLY helpful with getting to sleep. But again, most of us are not that lucky, at least a whole lot of the time. So for the rest of us, here are some things and ways to help bring that sleep on when on long plane journeys:
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In 2016, some entrepreneurs solved the problem of finding reasonably cheap travel between Los Angeles and San Francisco. They got a double decker bus, redesigned it with 23 sleep pods, and began a service where you can fall asleep in a private bunk in one city and wake up the next morning in another.
They call it Cabin.
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