Being a passenger of an aircraft for a long-haul journey in the clouds, you would probably want to rest and get some sleep for a while and then you maybe start wondering, how do the cabin crews and flight attendants get their own time to rest?. Flight attendants are humans too, and just like everyone else, they need to sleep on long-haul flights. If you think that they are deprived of their time to rest or take a nap, you might be surprised to learn that they have cool hidden rooms with beds and everything to sleep and rest while not attending you.
Most Boeing 777 and 787 airliners have a secret stairway that leads to a tiny set of windowless bedrooms for the cabin crew — and few people know they even exist. On long haul flights, there is essentially two sets of crew. The crew retires in the deck of the crews and the new crew comes up. This is required not only by law, but also by the number of hours the crew has been working. In the cockpit area there is a door that passes through the crew quarters which include flat beds and sometimes a separate restroom and business class seat for the pilot.
Here in this video, you can see their first class cabin that is hidden from the passengers. Don’t forget to share this video with your friends and on Facebook.