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Other than the rest areas for the crew - what else is in the 'attic' of an aeroplane?

The “attic” is mostly unused. The area above the passenger cabin is also called the crown area. Some aircraft do use part of it for crew rest areas. That area can also used to route electrical wiring, ...
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Other than the rest areas for the crew - what else is in the 'attic' of an aeroplane?

The "attic" elsewhere is overhead luggage bins, as on most airliners. See the fuselage cross-section (circle, top right) and #47 in this cutaway of an A350-900, which also notes the crew ...
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Where would you smell the extensive use of cigarettes in the cockpit of an A321?

Far more logical would be that somebody smoked in the rear left toilet and that the vents for the two toilets are closely connected. There are all kinds of special rules, smoke detectors, fire ...
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