Old 28th Jan 2019, 02:33
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Originally Posted by Global Aviator View Post
“Research to be released today finds passengers want spaces on the record-long flights where they can relax and exercise including on exercise bikes. Others have called for childcare facilities, a bar and bunk beds.

Qantas International chief executive Alison Webster says the airline is welcoming ideas from passengers and has surveyed customers on the direct Perth-London flights for suggestions. “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.”

Nice research... Where will it fit on an 11 abreast?
Stuff of fantasy?
Why not a lap pool to?

Sounds like Qantas need to start operating ocean liners. They are already equipped with this sort of gear and to a high level of comfort. Companies that ran ocean liners back last century started airlines, I guess there's no reason the reverse couldn't happen today.

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