Excessively Labeled Airplane Tells You Where the Big Cheese Sits

Posted to Misc. Visualization  |  Tags:  |  Nathan Yau

In case the in-flight pamphlet isn’t enough for you, everything on this Kulula airplane is labeled for your convenience.

Look, there’s even a spot to put your boots. So convenient.

[Thanks, Fernando]

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