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
8 years ago
Where is located in the airplane?
Anonymous
8 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
8 years ago
This is an overhead crewrest, located in the back of the aircraft.
Anonymous
8 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
8 years ago
NZ's Business Premier class is very good, but I think this would actually be even more comfortable. Lucky crew!
Anonymous
8 years ago
Please don't slam the center stowbins closed. Someone might be sleeping upstairs!
Anonymous
8 years ago
Where do I buy tickets for this class? Way better than travelling by economy downstairs! ;)
Anonymous
8 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
8 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
8 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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