Old 28th Jan 2019, 02:24
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Rated De
 
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Here’s an idea from the people who have to fly these things for 18+ hrs or so .
What about separate crew rest and toilet facilities forward of the security door as a mandated security/ FRMS requirement for all ULR aircraft ? !!
Must be a slow news day!
How obliging of QF.

Of course they are not interested in the long term health impacts on the poor souls crewing these things. A comfortable quiet place to rest for crew impedes the commercial viability as that volume can be used for revenue.


“Our job is to determine where the demand is and create this cabin in a way that makes it affordable for customers and commercially viable for the airline,’” she said.”
Commercial viability is the only consideration, Alison; the more seats the better. You might want to pick, order and finance an aircraft first, before committing to an interior design.
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