Long-haul flights can be tiring for passengers. Not only does it involve being squished on a plane with little space to stretch the legs, but it is rare to get a good solid night's sleep. Either someone sitting next to you needs to get by you to use the bathroom or perhaps a child nearby is having trouble dealing with the odd sleep schedule. Either way, it can make for a long journey. But what about flight attendants? If they are working on the 15-hour ultra long-haul flight from Sydney, Australia to Los Angeles, USA flight, they often work up to 11 hours of the flight. So when and where do they actually rest when they do get the time off?
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