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767 Crew Rest Area.

Sun Mar 03, 2002 2:16 pm

Are there any crew rest areas on the 767?
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RE: 767 Crew Rest Area.

Sun Mar 03, 2002 8:37 pm

Don't think so
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RE: 767 Crew Rest Area.

Sun Mar 03, 2002 9:56 pm

(At least on UsAirways) the pilot rest area is right behind the cock pit. I don't think there is a f/a rest area.
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RE: 767 Crew Rest Area.

Mon Mar 04, 2002 2:21 am

Delta has a makeshift one on some 767-300ER's at the back of the economy cabin; two rows on the right side are blocked off with a big curtain and have older business class seats in them. On my last flight the FO announced not to worry if we saw him going back there during the flight as we were carrying a relief pilot. Hope that helps!
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RE: 767 Crew Rest Area.

Mon Mar 04, 2002 6:17 am

I am pretty sure AA has pilot-rest seats on the 767s. Where they are? I do not know.

As for cabin crew, there are some seats in front of coach that are basically coach seats that recline a little bit more and have a footrest on them.
There are probably some in the back of the coach section also.

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RE: 767 Crew Rest Area.

Mon Mar 04, 2002 7:02 am

SAS has at least. I was quite surprised when I flew one of their 767 last week and realized there wasn't any toilets in the back of the aircraft.

Instead there was a small room after the last row on each side with two seat each. The crew could even close a door and get some rest.
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RE: 767 Crew Rest Area.

Mon Mar 04, 2002 7:25 am

Air NZ and QF have two rows of seats blocked off for rest. The NZ seats are economy seats with a much better recline so I guess you could sleep in them On Jan 6 I had to wait 30 minutes when the aircraft which had been oversold had the partitions removed so that Pax could use the four seats.

Air NZ uses the aircraft fro onghaul up to Asia so legs of 10 - 11 hours are common.

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