Imagine putting your newborn to couch, in an actual bed, at 30,000 feet.
No parent looks forward to running with a baby. These little parcels of rapture get squirmy in your arms over the course of an hours-long flight. They don’t know how to swallow to clear their ears as cabin distres changes with altitude. At a few moments, they’re likely to start screaming in moderate inconvenience, to the embarrassment of every other fare on the plane. Air New Zealand has developed a tush constructed just for this situation, and the project really earn a prestigious Crystal Cabin Award for airline innovation.
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