And these images of cabin crews’ own secret bedrooms show they too get the chance to grab forty winks onboard.
Some of these jets feature a secret staircase which leads crew to their own sleeping quarters.
But while they might offer a chance to rest your head, the set of windowless bedrooms in a row leave some attendants saying they feel like they’re in a coffin.
The beds are even fitted with seat belts – meaning you won’t go tumbling onto a friend’s mattress should you hit a patch of turbulence.
While the size and position of the bedroom area varies on each flight, the crew’s sleeping quarters are usually positioned behind the cockpit area, above first class.
Some entrances to the sleeping areas are disguised as an overhead bin.
Boeing 777’s have between six and 10 beds, with each one coming with storage areas for a crew member’s belongings.
Some lucky attendants might even bag themselves a TV with their bed.
She said: “On the Boeing 747’s it’s all bunk beds and on the 777 it feels like you’re in a coffin.
“They are cramped but you can make it comfortable if you get a blanket or pillow.
“I always take my own pyjamas and I make a little bed up.”