This airline has a solution for not taking luggage with you on trips
Not sure what to pack from your wardrobe for a vacation in Japan? If you're flying Japan Airlines, the answer might be nothing.
The airline has begun a one-year trial of a service that allows travelers to reserve a range of clothes – covering styles for different seasons – and have them delivered to their hotel upon arrival. At the end of the stay, the clothes are returned, washed and fed back into the system.
Called Any Wear, Anywhere, the service runs until the end of August 2024 and Japan Airlines says it can reduce carbon emissions.
Prices range from $34 to $48 for the entire rental period.
The service has been operating since early July and the response has been overwhelmingly positive, Japan Airlines representatives say.