Aviation Photo #1879560 Boeing 777-319/ER - Air New Zealand

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The crew area on the Air New Zealand 777-300ER. (Canon 5D Mark II, Canon 15mm Fisheye)
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    Air New Zealand
    Boeing 777-319/ER
    Boeing 777-300
    Boeing 777-300
    Boeing
    38405
    902
    ZK-OKM
    Auckland - International
    New Zealand
    January 13, 2011
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Anonymous
10 years ago
Where is located in the airplane?
Anonymous
10 years ago
It is located in the aft above the passenger compartment (Above the stowage bins) There is also a smaller one with 2 bunks and 2 seats at the front of the plane for relief pilots.
Anonymous
10 years ago
This is an overhead crewrest, located in the back of the aircraft.
Anonymous
10 years ago
Looks more luxerious than economy class downstairs.
Might be an idea to have sleeper compartments for passengers, as the DC3 U.S. transcontinental flights in the thirties.
Anonymous
10 years ago
NZ's Business Premier class is very good, but I think this would actually be even more comfortable. Lucky crew!
Anonymous
10 years ago
Please don't slam the center stowbins closed. Someone might be sleeping upstairs!
Anonymous
10 years ago
Where do I buy tickets for this class? Way better than travelling by economy downstairs! ;)
Anonymous
10 years ago
MMM...nice.. But is this real? The angle shows about 3 sleepers AND they seem regular height not crawlspace, so where do they fit or rather how? The pic implies its a long hallway so doubt these are lateral shots
Anonymous
10 years ago
Just got hired by an airline that flies the 777, and believe it or not, that is a true representation of the crew rest area. Located at the rear of the cabin, by a door that looks like a lav entrance, the crew use a numeric key pad to enter, climb the round steps, and the view they get is what you see here. It can accommodate 6 crew, and I am about 5'9", and can walk through that hallway almost completely upright. It's a fantastic use of upper space between the 3rd and 4th set of doors... (4th and 5th on the 300 series.)
Hope this helps...
Anonymous
10 years ago
Thanks for the info and Congrats!!! You getting paid flying the 777. So I take these are for long -haul flights after say 10 hrs flying, 1 pilot rests then when time 2 land returns? Whats the general flying limit? 10, 15 hrs non-stop?

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