Traveling by Airplane Without Jetlag
Airbus new technology from Airbus A350-1000 series for Qatar Airways
Airbus A 350-1000 comfort feature - Image Credit Airbus
Experiencing jetlag does make anyone, including travelers who travel long distances to other parts of the world. Especially when a place or country of destination has a local time that is not the same as the airport of departure, would make jetlag risks that can occur.
It's certainly not convenient to the body, even for certain people there is a sense of nausea in the stomach, and various other discomfort.
Maybe you're a bit hesitant, but a new technology for airplanes allows to reduce the impact of jetlag, quoted detikTravel, today, Qatar Airways has a new aircraft that, according to information from the airline, that they now have anti jetlag feature in the plane.
The airline is conducting a series of cooperation with Airbus to build comfort for passengers, as reported by one of the Airbus aircraft manufacturers, recently issued a new technology aircraft with A350-1000 series for Qatar Airways.
An interesting description of the Airbus website, Monday, February 26, that the plane has apparently been equipped with some of the latest anti jetlag technologies.
An anti jetlag LED lamp mounted inside the airplane cab, then there is a hospital quality filter to filter air inside the cabin every 2 to 3 minutes.
You can see further, there is the lowest 'Cabin Altitude' facility available on the market, in the range of 6,000 feet. This is in accordance with the narrative of the researchers, as quoted by the Daily Mail, that the symptoms of new jetlag will be felt at an altitude of 6,500 feet.
The aircraft is also equipped with a number of higher comfort for passengers, such as the cabin is more spacious, modern and soothing.
But. Something eligible to be greeted happily is that the latest facility from Airbus is apparently can be enjoyed by all passengers, both economic class to business. Regardless of business class will be more pampered with Qsuite bench equipped with double beds.
The newest airline from Qatar Airways has been serving the London - Doha route since Saturday last week. All right, then, goodbye jetlag!
Source: J Randy Prakoso - detikTravel, Airbus, Daily Mail