What is Skycouch?
The Skycouch is a row of three Economy seats that together create a flexible space for whatever you want it to be - an area to relax and stretch out in, or for the kids to use as a play area. It’s like having your very own couch on the plane.
Space to stretch out
Skycouch is for everyone
Create a flat, flexible space for you to enjoy however you like. Skycouch is a great option for families, couples and those just wanting a bit of extra personal space. You can choose the setup to suit your needs.
All three seats will be allocated to your booking and are reserved just for the passengers in your group.
How do I use a Skycouch?
The seats are the same as an Economy seat, except you have an additional footrest that folds to form a couch. Each person can choose if they want their footrest up or down. These adjust to 60 and 90 degrees.
The arm rest on the window side goes all the way up to create a comfortable lounge space. All the armrests in the middle seats also disappear in the back of the seat.
When it's time to rest, we'll help you get your Skycouch set up. We even have an extension seat belt for when you want to lie down.
What are the dimensions of a Skycouch?
With the side wall armrest up the length of the Skycouch is 1.55m (5ft 1”). And when the cushion and leg rest are combined the approximate depth of the Skycouch is 74cm (29”).
Book a Skycouch for your journey
You can add Economy Skycouch to an Economy fare when booking long haul flights online. You’ll see ‘Skycouch on board’ beneath the price if the option is available. You’ll find costs and details when you get to the ‘extras’ page.
Choose your configuration based on how many people you’re travelling with. We offer options for one Skycouch, one Skycouch plus an Economy seat or multiple Skycouches.
Please take note that for safety reasons, children under 12 years of age must be accompanied by an adult 15 years or older when seated on a Skycouch.
When travelling with infants on Economy Skycouch the infant may lie down when the seatbelt sign is not illuminated. However once the seatbelt sign is illuminated the infant must be returned to the upright position and secured in the infant seatbelt.