Airstream adds office space to its trailers so you can work from anywhere

Airstream adds office space to its trailers so you can work from anywhere

The new Airstream Flying Cloud 30FB provides a virtual corner desk. Even in a 30-foot trailer the space is cramped, so it’s not exactly a spacious workspace. Converted from what was originally a trailer sleeper, it houses a desk and desk chair that slides comfortably into a desk gap. There are also internet connections and anchorage for the computer monitor.

The large trailer still has room to sleep six, including in the office outfitted with a rollaway bed.

“We know the business environment will change forever due to the pandemic,” said Bob Wheeler, CEO of Airstream. “This new offering reflects our commitment to being intelligent and responsive to the needs of current and future customers.”

The Flying Cloud tiny desk converts into a place to sleep at night, if needed.

This is the first time Airstream has shown a fully equipped workspace in a trailer straight from the company’s Jackson Center, Ohio, plant, an Airstream spokesperson said. The small desk has sliding drawers and a built-in Blu-Ray player. Heavy curtains can be pulled across the windows to control the lighting during video calls. The upper storage areas have dry-wipe surfaces on their doors for taking notes and reminders. The space also contains USB and HDMI ports, and of course, power jacks.

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Along with some small beds, the Flying Cloud has a queen bed, separate bath and shower, kitchen and small dining area. A spokesperson said Airstream plans to add office space as an option on other trailer models in the future.

The travel trailer weighs about 6,800 pounds and costs $ 107,500. It might take a while to get one, though. Sales of recreational vehicles and travel trailers have skyrocketed during the pandemic Where travelers avoid air travel and hotels. The Airstream website displays a prominent warning that “Due to the high demand, wait times for new products are longer than usual.”
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