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Air New Zealand provides family shared seating

Do you dream of lying on a bed during long flights? Air New Zealand hopes to provide economy class passengers just that.

Starting later this year, the airline has announced "couch air" seats for around two for families. It can also fit a father, mother and a small child below the age of 2 in economy class seating.

Ticket prices will be for two and a half passengers. Seats will be provided in the company's new fleet of Boeing 777-300 aircraft.

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