So, what would you if your flight is delayed and your limbs are too tired to keep you awake even on a bench?
If you are thinking about getting some sleep on the reception or waiting area benches, don’t do that. It would only end up with either neck pain, shoulder pain or back pain.
If you are planning to check-in at a hotel, you are better off without it because it would be expensive, and it may result in a missed flight.
So what can a tired traveler do? Fortunately, there’s a simple way that can save you time and money.
Airport Sleeping pods (sometimes called nap pods) provide travelers with a place where they can rest and sleep. These sleep pods are capsule-shaped beds, built-in different airports across the world. Plus, it can cater one or more passengers.
These sleep pods often have compartments for luggage, power sockets for charging electronic items, a lamp light for book-readers, and sometimes public WiFi for travelers to connect to the internet.
It depends on airport to airport. Sleeping at the waiting lounge in most of the airports is allowed, but some airports do not permit travelers to rest while other airports close at night. Before visiting the airport, you may check out its official website to learn more about its policies and even opening and closing hours.
Sleeping pods, on the other hand, are facilitated by the airport itself and so using the pods is completely legal. After all, you are also paying rent for a service you are availing.
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