Eti­had Re­search Boosts Sleep Qual­ity

Business Traveler (USA) - - UPFRONT -

Eti­had Air­ways has launched a pro­gram aimed at im­prov­ing sleep qual­ity for long-haul pas­sen­gers. Fol­low­ing more than a year of col­lab­o­ra­tive re­search with a panel of sleep ex­perts from the Amer­i­can Cen­ter for Psy­chi­a­try and Neu­rol­ogy, the air­line has de­vel­oped sev­eral new prod­ucts and in­tro­duced new ini­tia­tives to help pas­sen­gers sleep bet­ter on­board.

The air­line has in­tro­duced nat­u­ral bed­ding from Athens-based Coco-Mat, a multi-lay­ered sleep mat­tress now avail­able through­out Di­a­mond first class suites. The ma­te­rial is per­fo­rated with tiny holes, which en­ables the mat­tress to breathe and reg­u­late body tem­per­a­ture.

All amenity kits in Di­a­mond First class, Pearl Busi­ness class and Co­ral econ­omy class now in­clude sleep-friendly prod­ucts. To pro­mote sleep, bed­time bev­er­ages such as hot choco­late and herbal teas will be served to pas­sen­gers trav­el­ing in all three classes.

Noise can­cel­ing head­phones, which help min­i­mize am­bi­ent cabin sounds, are also of­fered stan­dard to all pas­sen­gers, and all the car­rier’s air­craft fea­ture mood-light­ing sys­tems.

For de­tails visit eti­had.com.

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