Japan Airlines (JAL) will now address all its passengers with gender-inclusive alternatives to replace the customary “ladies and gentlemen” on its flights.
A positive step forward: Starting on Oct. 1, the airline will be using phrases like “attention all passengers” and “welcome, everyone” at airports worldwide to promote the inclusiveness of all genders, CNN Travel reported.
Travelers who are looking for an adventure will now have a chance to discover new locations in Japan for free.
In a bid to promote the less-visited parts of the country, Japan Airlines (JAL) is set to give away 50,000 free round-trip air tickets to international tourists this summer.
Japan Airlines has found a solution for travelers who aren’t too fond of crying babies aboard a plane.
On its website, Japan Airlines recently announced that they have devised a way to let passengers know where pre-booked parents with infants are seated when choosing a seat.