|Quoting Ikramerica (Reply 2):|
Why not? Most lavs on the window side of the aisles just have a blank wall where a window might go. Frankly, if they do it the new way, it makes the plane more configurable, as you can place the lavs in more varied places, no?
|Quoting TymnBalewne (Reply 3):|
On some BA aircraft there are windows in the lav which are frosted when aircraft is on the ground and the lav door is shut, but is clear when the aircraft is airborne and the lav door is shut.
|Quoting Ozglobal (Reply 6):|
Somehow, when changing or using the toilet you always get the feeling you should close it, as if some passing flight might spot you!
|Quoting Richard28 (Reply 10):|
nothing like a good view when doing the business!
|Quoting Squirrel83 (Thread starter):|
Boeing plans to offer restrooms with views as standard equipment on its new 787 airliners. It's part of a much larger industry-wide competition to woo travelers -- or at least the carriers that buy planes -- with cabin amenities that sizzle.