HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) - Hawaiian Airlines unveiled its new seating that allows passengers to lay down completely flat and drift to sleep.
The 18 lie-flat seats fold out into 180-degree beds. The seats also come with power ports, USB connections and a telescopic video screen.
The seats will be installed on flights to-and-from the West Coast as part of the airline's new Premium Cabin space on its Airbus 330 aircraft.
Sales for the Premium Cabin experience start in September.