A rough guide will be whether there are rest facilities for the pilots - if they require them to extend a duty period then the cabin crew will also get some rest facilities. Companies do not spend money on these things unless they are a legal requirement. Max FDP without rest is 14hrs(UK) - assuming an ideal time of departure, allowing a max 13 hour flight without some way of extending the duty day.
Bondim..... I suspect you haven't seen the flight deck of a 737. It would be struggle to sit on the floor never mind lie on the floor to sleep. On the other hand though, the 757 is much more accommodating, you would easily get a couple of hosties bedded down for the night.
Location: In some hotel downroute or in some hotel doing union negotiations.
On the busses you can indeed sleep on the floor and many cabin crew or pilots do so on those long night SSH flights. In the 737 that is impossible so we have to resort to just sleep in our seats, not very comfortable, but then we are not supposed to sleep at all
330 - No crew rest, just curtained seats 340-300 - No crew rest. just curtained seats 340-500 - Crew rest, in bunks, below the cabin (8 bunks for 15 crew) 777-300 - No crew rest. just curtained seats 777-300ULR - Crew rest, in bunks, above the cabin (10 bunks for 18 crew) 777-200 - No crew rest. just curtained seats 777-200ULR - Crew rest, in bunks, above the cabin (8 bunks for 16 crew) 380-800 - Crew rest in bunks at the back of the economy cabin on the main deck (9 bunks for 26 crew)
On all aircraft the flight crew rest is in the same are as the cabin crew, but separated.
Crew rest is on a flight over 9hrs45mins.... anything below that no rest is required!
747 - cabin crew rest bunks in tail of aircraft A380 - cabin crew rest bunks underfloor A330 - 4 curtained off pax seats - up to 13 hr sectors (even though pilots get bunks) 767 - 4 curtained off pax seats - up to 12 hour sectors (even though pilots get bunks) 737 - I dont believe there is any crew rest facilitites (I might be wrong)
Generally, pilots get TVs/IFE in their crew rest, but cabin crew dont (except on the A330 seats).
Pilots always have a private, single, crew rest area. where as cabin crew have to all bunk in together.
Geez you guys at XL do great with 9 crew on the 767, at Qantas we only have 7
At Ryanair there are no crew rest areas. The crew at the back usually eat their dinner sitting on their J/S. There is no privacy either (it's not nice when people queuing for the toilets stare at you as you eat your dinner); the management took off ALL curtains on ALL a/c some years back. At the front you can't really seat on the J/S and eat your dinner as you have pax in row 1 looking at you. The galley is very small, so you end up having your meal either sitting on a bar box (wasn't my favorite, eating while people do their business in the toilet and then the "aroma" hits you ) or standing up, hiding your head in the little gap between the oven and wall. Having a meal at FR is THE ONLY break CC get. I gave up after a while, just didn't eat at work.
From a security point of view is it a good idea to be telling everyone where crew rest facilities are? Why does the entire world need more info about on-board arrangements? Sorry to be a party pooper but I just don't think we should post this kind of stuff.