Air New Zealand First to Offer the SkyCouch

With the First Class cabin being phased out, Air New Zealand was looking for another way to offer extra comfort on its long haul flights for those willing to pay for it.  They have found a solution with the innovative SkyCouch, which will make their debut on Air New Zealand’s new fleet of Boeing 777-300s. 

Three adjoining seats will be re-configured into a couch where two passengers can stretch out comfortably and get some sleep.  For more info CLICK HERE.

2 Responses to “Air New Zealand First to Offer the SkyCouch”

  1. Lindsey Lin
    August 5, 2010 at 2:25 pm #

    I can’t wait to try these out. I fly to Australia on Air New Zealand in a month..hopefully they have them on my plane

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