UK charter operator Thomas Cook Airlines plans to introduce a new system whereby economy-class passengers can opt to reserve a complete row of three seats and convert them into a bed. Called “Sleeper Seat,” the concept includes a specially designed mattress can be laid out over the three seats to allow a passenger to stretch out. The new arrangement will be available from May 13 on Thomas Cook’s Airbus A330-200s on long-haul routes to New York and San Francisco. A ...

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