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PT Angkasa Pura II (Persero) through the Soekarno-Hatta International Airport Branch Office (Soetta), made a breakthrough by presenting Sleeping Pods.
The idea of building a public bed showing off modern designs emerged, to accommodate the travel needs of the millennial generation at Soetta Airport.
To find out the wishes of service users at the airport, the Soetta Airport Branch Office held a survey showing off Sleeping Pods in Terminal 3.
"It is known that 60% of service users at Soekarno-Hatta International Airport are from the millennial generation. We are aware of the needs of millennials, this generation is busy. However, teenagers like this are happy with resting in a location that is close, affordable and exhibiting modern designs, "said Senior Manager of Branch Communication and Legal at Soekarno-Hatta International Airport, Febri Toga Simpatupang, Tuesday (05/14/2019) to Wartakotalive. com.
The plan, said Febri, the management of Soekarno-Hatta International Airport will put Sleeping Pods at a point that can increase productivity.
Like the boarding lounge and possibilities in other areas, including Capsule Hotels or Digital Airport Hotels.
Interestingly, these Sleeping Pods do offer sleeping space filled with cool features.
Starting from folding tables, LED lights with discoloration of light provide lighting according to the mood, a sofa that can be adjusted automatically becomes a bed and a modern design.
"Millennials can pay station services to take this break individually by saving money. Perfect for situations that are in transit, because it provides comfort and convenience, "he said.
Meanwhile, Vanny Verantika, the Sales Executive who manages the Digital Airport Hotel, stated, Sleeping Pods was present because of the good response from guests at the Digital Airport Hotel.
"So we continue to innovate to make another product, namely Sleeping Pods, which can be used by passengers who are waiting on boarding to rest briefly. For the tariff, we are still exhibiting it yet to be commercialized, "Vanny said.
Author: Andika Panduwinata