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Get A First Look At The New Airstream Travel Trailer

Flying Cloud 30FB

Get A First Look At The New Airstream Travel Trailer

Airstream’s newest addition to its midrange Flying Cloud travel trailer line-up is the company’s response to what they refer to as “a paradigm shift in how we live, play, and work.”  The 2021 Flying Cloud 30 FB Office includes a built-in office area intended to give remote workers or students a place to work.

“The pandemic has permanently changed the traditional work landscape, and we’re thrilled to offer a travel trailer that meets the needs of our times without compromise,” said Bob Wheeler, Airstream President and CEO. “Airstream has always provided the freedom of a mobile living, playing, and working space, but the Flying Cloud 30FB Office takes that promise to the next level with flexibility and comfort in a design inspired by real-world experience.”

The Flying Cloud 30FB Office is a redesign of the Flying Cloud 30FB Corner Bunk trailer with one significant difference: the bunk bed has been traded for a corner office. This is the first time Airstream has offered a fully-furnished, dedicated workspace in a trailer. It won’t be the last, according to an Airstream spokesman.  

A built-in RV office

The office, located in the corner rear of the travel trailer, comes complete with a desk area and a swivel chair that anchors to the desk while driving.  The desk has a pull-out table for more elbow room, sliding drawers, and a built-in Blu-Ray player.

For all electronic needs, the space is equipped with USB and HDMI ports and power sockets. Overhead storage doors have dry erase surfaces for jotting down notes and other reminders. Heavy curtains help control light, and a privacy divider reduces noise during virtual meetings.

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FB30 Office Space

As for connectivity, mobile internet through Airstream Connected is included with the 30FB. There is an option to upgrade to a solar power system, including solar panels and a power pack with inverter and lithium-ion batteries. 

Airstream travel trailer specs

The Flying Cloud 30FB Office travel trailer is a smidge over 30 feet long and about 8.5 feet wide. It has a maximum trailer capacity of 8,800 pounds, making it compatible with full-size SUVs and trucks. 

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Flying Cloud 30FB Office Floorplan

Besides the office area, owners will still get all of the Flying Cloud series comforts and amenities. The trailer has sleeping space for up to six people, including the front queen-sized bed, convertible dinette, couch, and fold-out bed in the office.

The kitchenette has a three-burner stove, microwave, sink, pantry, and refrigerator. The full bathroom has a separate shower and toilet as well.  Plenty of storage compartments and three closets help round out the amenities.

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2021 Airstream Flying Cloud 30FB Office Travel Trailer

Where to find the 2021 Airstream Flying Cloud 30FB Office Travel Trailer

The Flying Cloud 30FB Office’s base price starts at $107,500 and is available now at your local Airstream dealer.

Interested campers can check out more information on the Flying Cloud 30FB Office travel trailer via Airstream’s website.  

Not in the market for a new RV at the moment, but want to upgrade your RV with dedicated office space?

Marc and Julie Bennett of RV Love spend much of their workdays on the computer. The video below explains how they created two separate offices in their RV with ergonomic principles in mind. 

Also check out the following articles, How To Create The Perfect Traveling Office and RVs Aren’t Just For Vacation Anymore, for some tips and tricks on setting up a work area. 

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Natalie Henley

Natalie Flores-Henley and her husband, Levi Henley, workamp around the country in their 26-foot motorhome. Along with writing for RV magazines, they recently published their first book together, Seasonal Workamping for a Living: How We Did It. They share their experiences and RV-related tips on their own blog as well as videos on their YouTube Channel, also called Henley's Happy Trails.

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