This one if from: The Huffington Post | By Carly Ledbetter
Flight attendants. Love ’em or hate ’em, they can be your best friend during a flight. While they’re walking the aisles repeatedly (fun fact: Virgin Atlantic flight attendants walk, on average, 7 miles a flight), we often wonder if they ever take a break in some place besides the galley. Turns out, they can. Now we know where they sleep, at least on some aircraft.
On the as-designed Boeing 787 Dreamliner, flight attendants can duck into a secret room to go to bed. The quarters actually look pretty spacious and comfy to us, even though we’ll probably never even get to see them in person. Though Boeing confirmed that crew rests do indeed exist and sent us a picture of one, no other airlines reached for comment confirmed that these particular quarters are on their Dreamliner fleets.