We all know that aircraft flying long-haul scheduled services with the legacy carriers have various types of crew rest facilities for both pilotes and cabin crew.
But do crews on long-haul charter flights have this "perk" too?
I'm thinking of the 757s, 767s, 310s and 330s flown by Air Transat, MYT, Excel, Monarch and all the others.
When looking at their seat maps the aircraft are packed solid with seats, with a few lavs and galleys squeezed in whereever possible. Are some of the seats reserved for crew rest purposes or do crews have to make do with a jumpseat for a few minutes?
I have heard that working for charter companies is harder than flying for the big names, but 1000s are still applying for jobs there, so it can't be that bad after all... or?