So There’s A Secret Room On Airplanes For Flight Attendants
While you fly on a plane, and while your knees are becoming acquainted with your chest as they are buried into it, flight attendants are relaxing and having a grand ol’ time — mainly because they have their own secret room.
Since a shitty movie and a bag of peanuts is all you have to lean on while you pray you can make it through your flight without having a panic attack, flight attendants can lean on the spacious, secret quarters that they have on that same plane you’re flying on. I mean, look at how they are mocking their passengers.
It seems Boeing 777 and 787 airliners have a hidden stairway behind the cockpit that takes the crew to a secret room, where they can talk trash about us and our desire for a second bag of peanuts.
This is where the secret room resides. Right above us miserable folks.
And here’s the secret staircase that’s paid for with all your fees, probably.
There’s even a sign that pretty much gives away there’s a room only meant for crew.
Oh, look, it’s better than your bedroom at home.
And even pilots get their own area, where they can read about current events they don’t care about.
Up to 10 flight attendants can fit in a room. Look at these gals just talking about who they would fuck, marry and kill.
These beds are pretty close together, though.
So close that these signs remind crew that only one person is allowed in each bed. So much for airplane fantasies.
Some planes have bunkbeds, where you can reminisce when you had them with the sibling that you now hate so much.
But the personal beds are better. Look at that creep taking it all in.
And this room looks like the room in a science fiction movie where operations take place.
In conclusion, passengers are still overpaying for a shit experience.