By Mike Sunnucks | Rose Law Group Reporter
Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport is looking at a new way to help travelers deal with jet lag, layovers and the physical drains of travel.
The Phoenix airport is accepting proposals for new sleep suites inside the airport as part of a larger concessions bid process.
Sleep suites are small units where guest can relax and lay down in privacy.
Sky Harbor spokeswoman Heather Lissner said the airport does not currently have any sleep suites. Current plans call for at least one to be in Terminal 4 where Southwest Airlines and American Airlines have gates.
Bids and proposals for concessions as well as a sleep suite component are due to the city by December 2.