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Perth Airport introduces T1 precinct sleep pods

Perth Airport has become the first airport in Australia to trial sleeping pods in one of its terminals.

Eight sleeping pods have been installed in the T1 precinct in partnership with Smarte Carte and Finnish company GoSleep, as one of the new initiatives identified by Perth Airport to deliver new customer experience products.

Perth Airport CEO Kevin Brown said the sleeping pods will be ideal for passengers who either arrive early or who have connecting flights with some time in-between.

“As Australia’s Western Hub, passengers connect their flights in a variety of ways, many of those with a short stopover. These sleeping pods provide them and the broader travelling public with a place to relax in comfort,”  Mr Brown said.

“It’s part of our commitment to deliver an efficient and modern airport that provides the level of service and facilities that Western Australia deserves.”

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