Guess what passengers would most like to change about air travel...
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The launch of Boeing's new Dreamliner has inspired holiday bookings site Skyscanner to conduct a survey to find out what Brits would want from their ideal aircraft - and guess what the top demands were?
Extra leg room, perhaps? Free champagne on demand?
Surprise, surprise - pretty much top of the wish list of was a soundproof area for children - closely followed by kick-proof seats.
The findings chime perfectly with AOL Travel's recent poll which found that nearly 70 per cent of passengers would like to see 'kids only' sections on aircrafts.
Other things on the wishlist include:
- Massage chairs
- Capsule-sized bunks
- Free use of iPads
- "Singles" sections
- In-flight cinemas
- Cocktail bars
- Transparent floors (so that you get a good view).
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Tell us what you'd like to see on your dream aircraft below!