Airplane toilets might soon come with a trendy butt spray

Airplane toilets might soon come with a trendy butt spray

Long plane journeys often leave even the most seasoned traveler feeling like they need to freshen up.

And if plane designers have their own way, we could soon be getting fresh butts on board – because planes may be getting bidets.

Travel and Leisure reports that Zodiac Aerospace, a company which designs aircraft equipment, has been showcasing its new designs for bidets at the Aircraft Interiors Expo in Hamburg.

They’ve upgraded toilets to include a butt spray – which are popular in the Middle East and Asia, including Japan, where butt sprays are commonplace.

Some designs run like a fountain, while others offer a front or back spritzer for the nether regions.

The functions can be controlled by a remote control on the toilet wall.

There’s also an LED lighting option, which can be used to disinfect toilets each time they are used.

The different designs are expected to appeal to different regions depending on preferences and may be implemented more on Middle Eastern and Asian airlines.

The designs could soon be rolled out to commercial fleets of aircraft – up until now, bidets are something which feature only on private jets.

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