Airport sleeping pods
When’s the last time you had had a long airport layover? With any luck, you awkwardly slept across a row of three seats. If the airport gods felt like tossing in the “dream block” armrest, you likely spent your time pounding coffee in the Starbucks.
Luckily, some airports have started investing in sleeping pods, which typically go for anywhere from $10-20 euro an hour.
What’s next: The airport layover hasn’t been disrupted in years. Although pods can be found in a number of airports, they are still facing some resistance due to revenue concerns. There’s opportunity to dream up new airport experiences that generate additional revenue, like exercise classes or healthy lounge food.