|Location||Arlanda Airport, Stockholm, Sweden|
|Opening||Jan 15, 2009|
|Number of rooms||33|
|Number of suites||2|
|Number of restaurants||1|
Jumbo Stay is located inside a decommissioned Boeing 747-212B jetliner. The aircraft was originally built for Singapore Airlines in 1976, and later served with Pan American World Airways. Its last air operator was Transjet, a Swedish charter airline based out of Stockholm Arlanda Airport that went bankrupt in 2002.
The aircraft was bought by Oscar Diös in 2006, and moved to a location near Arlanda Airport. Its interior was almost entirely changed, although some features of the aircraft, such as the flight controls, were retained. It opened as a hotel in 2009.
The JumboStay has 33 rooms with up to four beds in each. A larger room, branded the "cockpit suite", is located on the upper deck. Altogether, the hostel holds 76 beds. Some of the smaller rooms are located in the engines. The first-class lounge has been converted into a cafe which sells snacks and simple meals, and is open to the public.
The hotel is a 15-minute walk from the airport terminal and can be reached by shuttle bus.
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