Forget first class and coach, how much would you pay to fly in the cargo hold?
Airbus has partnered with France's Zodiac Aerospace to create cargo sleeper berths for their A330 jets and will be available to airlines by 2020.
The mini-cabins will sit directly on the cargo floor and airlines will be able to swap the sleeping modules in and out of planes in place of regular cargo containers.
The plan would be for you to purchase a regular seat on the aircraft and then pay extra for a bed.
What do you think? Would you pay more?
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