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| A visitor from Mexico posted Mon October 6, 2008:|
Great, but imagine you take a shower in the A380 and suddenly turbulence comes on. T.B.
| A visitor from United States posted Sat September 20, 2008:|
Pretty nice bathroom.
| A visitor from Ireland posted Wed September 10, 2008:|
I think they use the same water over and over again using a filtration system! They seem to use a light system to let the passenger know how much shower time is left.
| A visitor from - posted Sun August 3, 2008:|
It works for only 5 mins and then it go's off. cabin crew clean it.
| A visitor from United States posted Sun August 3, 2008:|
Imagine trying to tell someone from the 1890's that, oh yes, in about 120 years, you will be able to shower 30,000+ feet in the air on an aeroship!
| A visitor from Netherlands posted Sun August 3, 2008:|
Wonder how they are going to store all that extra water, they should have some sort of time limit for each passenger to ensure water is available, don't want it to suddenly turn off in the middle of you shower
| A visitor from South Africa posted Sat August 2, 2008:|
Wow, almost looks like something out of a Sci Fi movie.
| A visitor from United Arab Emirates posted Thu July 31, 2008:|
| A visitor from Australia posted Wed July 30, 2008:|
Great pic, I do wonder how it works with so many people sharing these showers.. are they cleaned in between each use?
| A visitor from Spain posted Wed July 30, 2008:|
Imagine taking a shower in an airplane!
| A visitor from United Kingdom posted Wed July 30, 2008:|
WOW, now that is impressive! :)
| A visitor from United States posted Tue July 29, 2008:|
This is about as close as I'll ever get seeing this bathroom, let alone use it!
| A visitor from Australia posted Tue July 29, 2008:|
Great photo intresting to see how it works when it turning.