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Airline rents clothes to travellers

Japan Airlines has introduced an unconventional offer to save CO2: It rents clothes to travellers.

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Some of you will know the problem: you always pack a lot more in your suitcase than you actually need on holiday. But not only are there occasional problems with luggage weight restrictions, it also increases CO2 emissions. Japan Airlines wants to reduce carbon dioxide emissions.

The idea: With the "Any Wear, Anywhere" service, travellers should be able to rent clothes so that the checked baggage is reduced.

There will be a total of 8 different outfits in 3 styles to choose from. To use the service, travellers must provide their flight information, length of stay, clothing size and the time of year they are travelling, on the dedicated website at least one month in advance.👗

The clothing is then sent directly to the passenger's accommodation and is ready for their arrival, at the end of the journey they simply return it to the hotel.🙌

The service is offered for trips of up to 2 weeks on flights to Japan. The rental fees are between 4000 and 7000 yen, which is under £40.

The pilot project has already started and is scheduled to run until August 2024 in order to advance the airline's sustainability. According to Japan Airlines, every kilogram of weight reduces CO₂ emissions by 0.75 kilograms.

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