Two companies are learning from cutting-edge sleep science in the battle against sleep-deprived travel

Travel and tourism brands are trying to help their customers avoid jet lag. We've covered products like Re-Timer, which controls sleep via light therapy, and now we're seeing new anti-jet lag considerations integrated into customer experiences.

Airbus's Concentrated Efforts Toward Onboard Well-Being

With the A350 XWB, Airbus is combining LED mood lighting technology, moisture, rapid air filtration and pressure controls to enhance the comfort and sleep quality of passengers traveling long distances. The plane houses a constellation of technological enhancements to help passengers' circadian rhythms cope with jet lag and sync into their destination's timezone. It's been picked up by leading airline brands like Singapore, Cathay Pacific and Qatar Airlines.

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