With a name like Flying Cloud, you might think this model of trailer is an outlier, but it is actually the most popular Airstream model. The 2021 model year brings together classic aluminum Airstream exterior design, quality interior treatments and a jaw-dropping 15 floor plans.
The floor plans available on the Flying Cloud range in length from 23 feet to 30 feet. Sleeping arrangements range from 4-person to 8-person. Storage, appliances and other amenities make each floor plan feel like home, but there are enough options for you to be picky when it comes to deciding on a favorite. The chart below explains some of the highlights of each floor plan.
|Flying Cloud 23CB||6||Queen in Rear Passenger Side Corner|
|Flying Cloud 23CB Bunk||7||Bunk Bed in Rear Passenger Side Rear Corner|
|Flying Cloud 23FB||4||Queen in Front, Centered on Passenger Side Wall|
|Flying Cloud 25FB||6||Queen in Front, Centered on Passenger Side Wall|
|Flying Cloud 25FB Twin||6||Two Twin Beds on Front Wall|
|Flying Cloud 25RB||6||Queen in Rear Driver Side Corner|
|Flying Cloud 25RB Twin||6||Two Twin Beds in Rear Corners|
|Flying Cloud 27FB||6||Queen Centered on Front Wall|
|Flying Cloud 27FB Twin||6||Two Twin Beds on Front Wall|
|Flying Cloud 28RB||6||Queen Bed Centered on Rear Wall|
|Flying Cloud 28RB Twin||6||Two Twin Beds in Rear Corners|
|Flying Cloud 30FB Bunk||8||Queen Centered on Front Wall and Bunk in Rear Passenger Side Corner|
|Flying Cloud 30FB Office||6||Queen Centered on Front Wall with Office in Rear Passenger Corner|
|Flying Cloud 30RB||6||Queen Centered on Rear Wall|
|Flying Cloud 30RB Twin||6||Two Twin Beds in Rear Corners|
With this many floor plans, making a decision can be difficult. The position of the bed is listed in the chart because it is one of the most important elements of making your decision. Consider whether a queen, twin, or bunk arrangement is best for you and everyone else who will travel with you.
Consider also front vs rear orientation as a bed oriented toward the front of the trailer is closer to the sound of your truck’s exhaust while driving.
Positions of bathrooms vary as well, so consider the distance from bed to bathroom.
Another factor worth remembering is the wall the bed/beds is/are oriented to. You might prefer to have your head pointed toward front/back instead of one side or the other.