New First Class “Floating Beds” Create Extra Passenger Space

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  1. Why would airports do better when the mess was created by, wait for it, passengers behaving badly?

  2. Those Teague finishes look like the most genuinely innovative in a while – hopefully FAA OK with it – I’m guessing regulators / safety for fires reason for the clinical look of most cabins?

  3. I can’t imagine a seat fixed to the wall would meet crash or even turbulence resistance, the walls are not designed with that kind of strength.

  4. The airport is supposed to be cleaned regularly and pax shamed for littering.
    Oh, forgot, shame is so 20th century…..

  5. When a travel provider sends me plastic bag tags, I write my name and contact phone on the back with a Sharpie.

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