Airstream, a recognized name in the camping industry has redefined camping trips, weekend getaways, even backyard offices with ‘Flying Cloud’ their most popular, versatile, and family-friendly travel trailer. The iconic aluminum travel trailer first made its presence felt in the year 1949, and was reintroduced in 2009 to its current form. Now in 2020, the flying cloud is back albeit some changes; the silver exterior looks very familiar however, the interiors are completely revamped and how! Now traveling to your next destination with the family will be as comfortable as can be with an umpteen supply of amenities. Check out the pictures below to see the magic of the flying cloud that could well be the silver lining of all your impending travel plans.
Sunlit Maple décor is a big contributor to modernizing their newest and most popular, family-friendly travel trailer. It lends the interiors a sense of openness, ample light, and a milieu that is comfortable yet premium.
The long-running circular shape and design of the kitchen are now replaced with a more modern-looking, square design of kitchen sinks, faucets, etc. the kitchen is very well equipped with Baraldi cooking vent, and built-in microwave make cooking fun and easy.
The new decor comes two color options for the Ultraleather upholstery: Seattle Mist or Carolina Clay. Soft Ultraleather material is used for the travel trailer furniture as it is incredibly low maintenance. It resists temperature change and will never crack from cold weather. Is very simple to clean, pet-friendly, and won’t scratch or stain
The cabinets in the bathroom are made of high-quality materials and can withstand the test of time. The space is commodious and fitted with a sink, Sleek Delta faucet, mirror, etc for ease of use.
A pillow top memory foam mattress will keep you well-rested on long journeys.
Quietstream ducted climate control system is an amazing choice for a travel trailer as it cools the cabin, in utmost silence and at the same time and features a heat pump that pulls ambient heat from the air to warm the travel trailer.