Forget the speedier boarding and nicer food – the main benefit to business class is the ability to lay out and get some sleep. Enter the BedBox, which can turn even the cheapest economy seat into a business class-style bed.
The catch? It won't work for you and I – it's designed for children up to the ages of 6 or 7. That doesn't mean it won't make your flight more comfortable, though, because if your kid is comfortable and happy, then it'll be a much quieter flight for everyone sitting near them.
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After the seatbelt sign is turned off you'll be able to take the cushions out of the case, and turn the lid into platform, creating a comfortable bed for your little one.
The lid/platform is height and length adjustable, in order to fit most standard economy seats.
It's a great, idea, and we're surprised no one thought of it sooner.
Check out how it works below:
When you're travelling either end of the journey, BedBox is also a ride-on suitcase with 360-degree swivel wheels at the front.
This makes riding through airports a fun experience for kids.
There's also space for a few essentials, like toys, games consoles and snacks.
The BedBox is available from the JetKid's website, priced at £139 in the UK, €159 in the EU, and $199 in the US.