Airbus wants to turn planes into comfy dorm rooms with beds


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    Airbus has announced that its taking a different direction from other airline companies when it comes to designing planes. Instead of cramming more seats into the same small space it wants to make comfortable-looking dorm-style cabins with beds.

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    Airbus is working to design ‘lower-deck modules’ on its A330 and A350 XWB airliners where passengers can stretch out and sleep through flights.

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    Other concepts the company is considering include playrooms, conference rooms, and bars for their airliners.


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