Amanda

By Amanda

LifeBuzz Staff

A Flight Attendant Released Photos Of This SECRET Room On Airplanes.

That's only on the Boeing 777, though.

On planes like the Airbus A350, the crew's quarters are up top on the back of the plane. So, while you're napping your way across the Atlantic, chances are some of the crew are slumbering above you.

That's only on the Boeing 777, though.

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Pilots often have them, too.

It's not super glamorous, but on models like the Boeing 777, pilots get their own bunks with a first-class chair, and room for a closet, sink, and bathroom.

Pilots often have them, too.

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Judging by the cramped accommodations you're sitting in, it's surprising that there's this extra space on the plane.

But don't get too salty about it: The staff's quarters are equally as cramped as yours. Across the board, plans just simply aren't about comfort and luxury.

Judging by the cramped accommodations you're sitting in, it's surprising that there's this extra space on the plane.

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The crew's bunks are typically about six feet long and two and a half feet wide.

In other words, this isn't really a good space to party or socialize. It's basically just large enough for the crew to sleep if they need to.

The crew's bunks are typically about six feet long and two and a half feet wide.

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There isn't much privacy, either.

There is a retractable screen to separate the bunks, but for the most part, the crew has to be okay with sharing communal space.

There isn't much privacy, either.

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