As the pioneer of the industry, Rockwell Collins continues to lead the way in design, certification, manufacturing, and installation of attendant and flight crew rests.
Boeing 777-200 Door 1 Overhead Flight Crew Rest
The Overhead Flight Crew Rest (OFCR) is engineered to take full advantage of the unused overhead volume in the aircraft’s crown section to accommodate up to four occupants. Located “upstairs” in the aft of the flight deck, the OFCR allows flight crews complete privacy without compromising the rest and sleep area. The OFCR includes two premium business class seats and two spacious wide-berth beds with optional features such as a closet, sink, or lavatory.
Placing the crew rest above the main flight deck allows airlines the freedom to utilize all main deck seating area for passengers. Moving the crew rests to the aircraft crown generates between $4.9 million and $11.25 million in additional revenue over 20 years for an airline.
Boeing 777 Door 3 Overhead Attendant Rest
Rockwell Collins’s Overhead Attendant Rest (OHAR) provides comfortable, quiet sleeping quarters for up to eight flight attendants with the added bonus of two in-flight seat positions. Fully customizable based on customer needs, the OHAR’s symmetric design provides greater ease of access for attendants while optimizing space on the main floor.
Space Saving and Revenue Generating
Engineered to take full advantage of the unused overhead volume in the midsection of the wide-body 777-200ER airplane, the OHAR frees up the equivalent of more than 16 revenue-producing seats or one 96 x 125-inch cargo pallet. This, in addition to the 66% weight savings (compared to a lower lobe crew rest), makes the OHAR the perfect investment to reduce operating cost and increase revenue, providing an ROI in 18 months.