Did You Ever Wonder Where Flight Attendants Sleep? The Answer May Surprise You!

At most workplaces, sleeping on the job is a big no-no. But, if you’re working on a long-haul flight as a flight attendant, for example, it’s a must!

On certain aircrafts, like the Boeing 787 Dreamliner, a flight attendant can squeeze themselves into a secret room to catch some z’s.

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The interior of the crew sleeping quarters on the Boeing 787 Dreamliner is seen during a media tour on February 12, 2012 in Singapore. The 787 Dreamliner will be on show at the Singapore Airshow 2012. (Photo by Chris McGrath/Getty Images

And, let us not forget to include where the pilots can catch a good nap as well.
LONG BEACH, CA - MARCH 14: Pilots sleeping quarters are seen aboard the new Boeing 787 Dreamliner passenger jet on March 14, 2012 in Long Beach, California. Boeing employs more than 20,000 people in California. making it one of the largest private employers in the state. (Photo by David McNew/Getty Images)

A spokesperson for Boeing confirmed to Huff Post that “crew rests do indeed exist,” and that the Boeing 777’s crew rests look like this.

777 Crew Rest Area

Image: Boeing

More images like these were of sleeping quarters were found on Imgur.
Like this one, of secret stairs lead up to a sleeping cabin.

Stairs To Sleeping Cabin

Image: Imgur

They can be also be hidden as a secret hatch of a “typical overhead bin,” as seen on this American Airline’s Boeing 773.

Boeing 773 Secret Hatch

Image: Imgur

Some airlines can be a little more high-end and feature entertainment systems. Or, like Air Canada’s Boeing 787 Dreamliner, have open flat sleeping areas.

Canada Boeing

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Malaysian Air’s A380 planes have a bunk-bed type of sleeping arrangement.

Malaysian Air's A380 planes have a bunk-bed type of sleeping arrangement.

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Article/Video: Huffington Post