The secret rooms on aeroplanes you never knew existed

The secret rooms on aeroplanes you never knew existed
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Did you know that aeroplanes have secret rooms where the flight attendants hang out?

It’s easy to think the crew stay up the whole flight, as they always seem to be around – like all the time.

But, they actually have a secret room. On certain flights, staff sleep in a cabin situated right above business class - the highest point in the plane.

The stairs that lead to the cabin are hidden in a door situated right behind the cockpit. The cabin can hold up to eight people – dependent on the size of plane. In a Beoing 747, the flight attendants' beds are located on top of each-other like bunk beds.

The pilot also has a rest area on the Airbus A380 plane.

The Beoing 777 has more space; it gives the pilots more space. Pilots have a sink, toilet, business class seats and of course two sleeping spaces. The 777 is the largest twin jet in the world.

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