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Flying Hotels

Tue May 18, 1999 6:23 am

With all these Boeing 747's and 777's being fitted with sleeper seats, do you think flights will become longer with the least stops? When people can sleep during the night, and stay up during the day, the plane could probaly fly around the world non stop, depending on fuel. What long haul airlines do not have sleeper seats? Thanks
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RE: Flying Hotels

Tue May 18, 1999 7:24 pm

Hmm.. I'd guess Aeroflot may not have sleeper seats as such, but comfortable business class and first class ones instead. (on their IL-96s prolly). They fly non-stop, for example, Moscow to San-Fransisco. I guess there should more airlines with just seats...

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