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Airstream's Flying Cloud interior
Airstream's Flying Cloud

Airstream Details Updates to 2020 Product Line


Airstream has announced updates and additions to its current product line following the release of the new Bambi and Caravel models. New features and floorplans have been released for the 2020 Globetrotter, Flying Cloud, International Serenity and Classic travel trailers.

Airstream launched two new floorplans for the Globetrotter product line: a 23-foot Front Bed and Front Bed Twin floorplan, which are the shortest and most accessible options to-date for this model.

In addition, Airstream has added an optional rear hatch to the 27-foot Flying Cloud and International Serenity travel trailer products lines. The hatch allows for access to the outdoors, expedites the loading and unloading of equipment, and creates a scenic dining experience by opening up the rear of the travel trailer. 

“Airstream is dedicated to constantly improving and listening to what consumers want and need in a travel trailer,” said Bob Wheeler, president and CEO of Airstream. “With these new floorplans, features, and improvements, we are looking to add value, safety, and technology for consumers.”

Other improvements include the upgraded design of the exterior storage doors, which are now fully enclosed radius doors that flow with the natural rounded shape of the trailer along with a better hitch coupler that will make it easier for owners to connect and disconnect from the travel trailer.

Along with new floorplans and design updates, Airstream has released an additional feature for the Classic Travel Trailer with Smart Control Technology: an active tire pressure monitoring system (TPMS). Airstream’s TPMS system actively monitors all four tires, plus the spare, continuously and reports to both the supplied display and Airstream Smart Control App. While some monitoring systems function based on activated movement, Airstream’s TPMS will report tire pressure pounds per square inch (PSI) whether the Classic is on the road or sitting in storage. With the provided Smart Control App, users can monitor temperature (in Fahrenheit) for each tire, identify and place active warnings and see updates related to the TPMS system.

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