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Japan Airlines Adds Kid-Friendly Services to Hawaii-Bound Flights

Excerpt from Stuck at the Airport

Sep 02, 2013 2:02 am

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Airlines are around the world are in a race to make their airline the most kid-friendly for families and solo passengers alike. Japan Airlines is the first one to set aside a breast-feeding section for mothers.

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And, starting October 1, Japan Airlines is adding some family-friendly services to its Honolulu routes.

The airline will be setting aside four seats at the back of the airplane’s economy class section for women to apply make-up or to breast-feed their babies on the flight from Japan.

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