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No One Else Treats Your Luggage This Nicely

No One Else Treats Your Luggage This Nicely
Meg Butler

Get ready to spend the next three minutes watching these All Nippon Airways baggage handlers removing luggage from a plane. There’s nothing quite as captivating as seeing luggage–which usually only gets caught on film when it’s being hurled down a slide, carelessly abandoned or lost on purpose–being respectfully taken off of the conveyor belt, handled with white gloves and even cleaned.

We could honestly watch this on a loop all day.

 

[Image Source: YouTube]

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  1. andrewku

    August 17, 2018 at 7:45 am

    Very nice.

  2. Kannai

    August 19, 2018 at 8:53 pm

    I saw the headline and assumed it was going to be NH. They’re the best.

  3. ColoBill1

    January 12, 2019 at 8:15 am

    There’s such a different culture in Japan. During my trip to Asia this past May, when departing Narita after an overnight connection, as the plane started to taxi, six All Nippon staff working the plane lined up and waved to us. Frankly,seeing this gesture was one of the highlights of my trip.

    Yes, baggage handling in the USA can at times be pretty atrocious. A few years back was sitting in the United Club at SFO and observed the handling being done by two guys working a United Express flight. One bag being unloaded fell off the belt, others were being TOSSED a good eight or nine feet into an open cart, and bags were being piled too high in the cart. Then, another bag then fell off onto the tarmac when the cart started moving. Wrote to the home office in Utah about what I had observed.

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