September 12, 2012
Daily Sleeper # 35

Daily Sleeper # 35

London, UK

Weary travelers. 

September 9, 2012
Daily Sleeper # 32

Daily Sleeper # 32

Stockholm, Sweden

A good place for a nap.

September 6, 2012
My very first!

Somewhere, Sweden

But not your very last Peter! We look forward to seeing more from you (@publicpete via Instagram).

September 6, 2012
Daily Sleeper # 29

Daily Sleeper # 29

New York, NY

The fastest way to travel. 

September 5, 2012
Triple points…

Some triple sleeper action from the man Lomang, (@lomang via Instagram)

May 17, 2012
Daily Sleeper # 14
New York, NY
Weary traveler. 

Daily Sleeper # 14

New York, NY

Weary traveler. 

May 9, 2012
The Many Ways to Catch Shut-Eye in the Sky [WSJ.COM]

By Scott McCartney

In the plush world of bed-filled business-class cabins, seating isn’t about aisle, window and middle. Instead, it’s herringbone, V-shaped, staggered and even “yin yang.”

The airline industry, usually cookie-cutter and copycat, has struggled to find the optimal layout design for fancy cabins in the front of planes flying international routes, where tickets often cost $5,000 to $10,000 or require paying for upgrades with cash or points or both. That is largely because passenger expectations for business-class comfort and convenience have increased, and that means more square footage for each seat. Seats that turn into horizontal flat beds usually mean abandoning traditional straight rows, for example, since passengers’ feet can no longer slide up under the seat in front.

Read more…

May 7, 2012
The Airport Sleeper - China

A man who knows how to travel.

Many thanks to our friend Jan Lo, at large in China (via Instagram @lomang).