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  • So this is what it's like to fly during a pandemic in Japan.

  • And I've got special permission today with Japan's leading airlines A and A, and I'm gonna be able to show you what happens behind the scenes during coronavirus.

  • But in order for me to show you what's happening behind the scenes, we're gonna first need to check in.

  • So let's do that right now.

  • So flying, not so popular these days around the world.

  • But how does the carrier like a and keep its passenger safe and domestic flights running?

  • Well, let's find out.

  • And by the end of this, you can let me know how it compares to your country.

  • And if Anna Service truly earns the mark made in Japan Okay, social distancing markers in place.

  • Good start.

  • Let's see what else this is A Oh, I see what he's doing here, offering me a trade to help minimize contact.

  • I can get with that.

  • So what's changed for you since the pandemic?

  • Keep taking the handcuffs.

  • Ticketmaster.

  • I don't believe myself because way just checked in, and now we've got to drop off our baggage.

  • Usually at that counter, you could just do right there, but I wanted to show you the process.

  • So let's go check in your baggage right now.

  • Okay?

  • This part seems pretty standard.

  • No contact with anyone on to the next check point below 37 a half.

  • I'm good.

  • So we just got our temperature checked, and now I'm heading towards the gate.

  • But we have a little bit more time before the flight leaves.

  • So I wanted to show you behind the scenes of what Hannah does to prepare its planes.

  • So I'm on the car, Max right now and the penny who is about to get here.

  • Oh, there they are.

  • A and A's cleaning crew usually scheduled to clean every international flight in every night for domestic flights.

  • Just seeing them go.

  • I feel like I'm watching a Formula One pit crew.

  • So it looks like they do the cleaning and two parts.

  • First they clean the plane and get rid of all the trash and what things down.

  • And then afterwards they sanitize everything.

  • Wow.

  • They are working at amazing speed.

  • It is so impressive to see how fast they could clean.

  • So what changed for your crew after the pandemic?

  • Uh, so he took Oh, no, How to call a sort of fake enough.

  • On top of that, they also sanitize spots on the airplane where customers hands could possibly touch, Which for me seems like everywhere now that the plane is all clean.

  • I'm still wondering about the circulation in this plane.

  • Let's go down below and figure out how it all works.

  • So cleaning check.

  • But what about the air we're breathing?

  • During the flight?

  • I'm gonna have to visit a Anna's airplane maintenance hangar and talk with an engineer to find out more.

  • So I just made it to Anna's hanger.

  • Let's go see if you can find an engineer.

  • Wow, the hangers.

  • A lot more spacious than I expected.

  • It could fit about 4 to 5 airplanes inside, and this is just one of several an airplane hangars at the airport.

  • Also, this place kind of reminds me of where bad guys go in the movies just to get caught by the hero.

  • But anyway, let's stay focused.

  • People are working hard here, so we've made it down to the cargo space, and it looks like one of their engineers is working over there.

  • Let's call a motor and see what they're doing.

  • A lasagne.

  • It's the moons.

  • Only this car.

  • Hi.

  • Thanks for coming over.

  • What are you doing right now?

  • Uh, I think you know, a company.

  • A thing.

  • Apparently, the airplanes taken fresh air from outside every three minutes and circulates the air inside of the plane through these specialized HEPA filters.

  • Exactly like the new one she was carrying earlier to completely clean the air inside.

  • Interestingly, the same HEPA filters air also used in hospital operation room.

  • That's pretty reassuring.

  • Yeah.

  • So this behind the scenes look in Japan's flight services wouldn't be complete if I didn't check on with a cabin attendants do before and during the flights.

  • Oh, nice.

  • They even insulted critic boards and curtains throughout the office.

  • So I'm at his office right now, and the cabin attendants are about to go into their preflight meeting.

  • Let's see what they talk about.

  • Yes, s s s O in the meeting.

  • In addition to the standard preflight discussion, the CIA's review the most up to date cove in 19 countermeasures like how to request passengers that were mass and sanitized a za part of the company's policy.

  • And it provides all of the cabin attendants with mass so they can change into new ones before going on a flight.

  • So what was the biggest change for cabin attendants after the pandemic?

  • Mhm.

  • Wow.

  • I'm feeling a lot better about getting on the plane now.

  • We're right in front of the gate.

  • We're about to get on board.

  • Let's do this.

  • Three ground staff continually remind passengers to maintain social distancing at boarding and as part of their cove in 19 countermeasures, they organized passengers to board in six separate groups.

  • Yeah, I know.

  • All right, that was pretty smooth.

  • So much of the flight itself is what we've come to know.

  • The cabin attendants go through the regular pre flight procedures.

  • You know, the usual.

  • Now that we're in the air, let's see what happens during the flight.

  • Once the seatbelt lights turn off, they start preparing for the in flight services.

  • But these days, taking additional measures to help reassure passengers of a safe flight.

  • First, they change in a new gloves before serving passengers, and then they pass out alcohol shades for passengers to use and individual plastic bags for trash.

  • I think we'll take one of those thank you very much.

  • After that, the CIA starts preparing for drink services again, changing into new glove to serve out the drinks and even wiping down the trails before use.

  • Oh, yes, I'll have some, Ojha.

  • Thank you.

  • Yeah.

  • Oh, and more frequent cleanings is another Responsibilities and CS have taken on to ensure passengers experience cleaner facilities throughout the entire flight.

  • And like other services, changing the new gloves before starting, they focused on high touch facilities such as the restroom.

  • Everything from the front door, inside handles, sink area, toilet seats and flusher all get wiped down, which allows passengers like me to sit back and simply enjoy the flight.

  • Times have changed.

  • And as you can see, flying procedures in Japan has changed with it.

  • I don't know how long it will last, but hopefully not too long.

  • But for now, this is the level of service you can expect and flying in Japan.

  • Alright, so that's a flight.

  • What do you all think?

  • Would you fly in Japan during coronavirus?

  • Let me know in the comments Also give a quick shoutout to noon.

  • Thank you for helping me film this one.

  • And if you guys want to see more Japan guides, food videos or anything else related to Japan.

  • Hit that.

  • Describe one and the velvet and I'll catch you guys in the next.

So this is what it's like to fly during a pandemic in Japan.

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    林宜悉 posted on 2021/01/23
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