|Quoting GARPD (Reply 1):|
Overhead crew rest above that section is my guess
|Quoting Luisca (Reply 2):|
Delta's 777's are first generation, so they would not have the crew rest in an upper compartment. Besides Deltas T7's are older, from before the Idea popped up for the first time.
Maybe something to do with the AC?
|Quoting Broncoguy (Reply 4):|
DL has refitted all of their 777's with overhead crew rests in the last year or two. They are located inbetween doors three and four. The reason that the bins are lower is to allow more room up in the crew rest.
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