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Air New Zealand Brings Its Internet-Breaking Nest Bunks To NYC
Air New Zealand Dreamliner
Air New Zealand is the home of the globe’s first sunrises of the day but their new New York to Auckland, New Zealand route is all about the night, and making sure you get the ZZZs you'll need to start your adventure when you land. The first direct flight between the two cities premiered this September, and the airline has a variety of seating options on their aptly named Dreamliner — including the sleeping cabin, Skynest, that nearly broke the internet when it first appeared earlier this year. Check out the options below.
Even economy seating on Air New Zealand is a cut above, starting with slim-line seats that feature ergonomic details in the sculptured upholstering and flexible headrest. But if you want more leg room, upgrade to an Economy Stretch seat.
Or upgrade to the Skycouch, a row of Economy seats that can change into a couch after take-off. These rows have a special footrest on each seat, which can be lifted partially to make the footrest, or fully to create a couch that sprawls across the row. Perfect for lounging around, kids play area, or sleeping.
Or experience the Skynest for yourself by reserving one of the six bunkbed-stacked pods The world's first sleep pods in the sky, give economy seated passengers the ability to really stretch out and catch some shut eye.
Upgrade your business class experience with Air New Zealand's Business Premier where the soft leather seat transforms into a luxurious lie-flat bed, with a memory foam mattress, two full-size pillows and a duvet. There's also an ottoman footrest that doubles as guest seating.
Business Premier in sleeping position
Business Premier Luxe
Or go even further with Business Premier Luxe that provides even more personal space.