Even pilots get a good night’s rest! Inside the new Qantas Dreamliners where the captain and crew sleep

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Qantas have unveiled the stunning new captain and crew quarters on board their new range of Dreamliner aircrafts.

The Boeing 787’s will be hitting the skies for the Australian airline from next year, and the new range of features extend beyond the passengers.

The planes have been fitted out with luxurious relaxing areas for staff, including private rooms for the pilots to sleep.

Qantas have unveiled their stunning new captain and crew quarters on-board the new range of Dreamliner aircrafts

The planes have been fitted out with luxurious relaxing areas for staff, including private rooms for the pilots to sleep

Qantas have unveiled their stunning new captain and crew quarters on-board the new range of Dreamliner aircrafts
The planes have been fitted out with luxurious relaxing areas for staff, including private rooms for the pilots to sleep

The Boeing 787’s will be hitting the skies for the Australian airline from next year, and the new range of features extend beyond the passengers

Qantas unveiled the new fleet last month, with the Dreamliners capable of travelling non-stop to destinations in Europe and beyond.

The massive 236-seater planes are fitted out with custom chairs in first class, business and economy, providing improved travelling conditions for customers.

The captain and crew quarters include expansive resting areas with wide beds for staff to stretch out during long haul trips.

The captain and crew quarters include expansive resting areas with wide beds for staff to stretch out during long haul trips

The captain and crew quarters include expansive resting areas with wide beds for staff to stretch out during long haul trips

The massive 236-seater planes are fitted out with custom chairs in first class, business and economy, providing improved travelling conditions for customers

The pilot’s area has two sleeping areas tucked in behind the cockpit, behind a locked door for security

The pilot’s area has two sleeping areas tucked in behind the cockpit, behind a locked door for security.

The crew also have their own designated room, which is located near the back of the aircraft.

There are three large beds located in their quarters, also closed off to passengers, where they can recharge.

Qantas unveiled the new fleet last month, with the Dreamliners capable of travelling non-stop to destinations in Europe and beyond

The flying kangaroo are looking to use their Perth HUB to launch their nonstop European flights, with trips direct to France and Germany the first expected to be announced

Qantas also want to expand their east coast options with the Dreamliners, with destinations like New York, Rio de Janeiro and Cape Town are set to become a reality for Australian flyers

The flying kangaroo are looking to use their Perth HUB to launch their nonstop European flights, with trips direct to France and Germany the first expected to be announced.

Read more at Daily Mail

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