An Asiana Airlines senior purser makes hand dripped coffee during an onboard service Photo: Korea Times/Asiana Airlines
Like most people I know, I started my morning off with a good cup of coffee. Â I am not a fancy latte man; just a niceÂ cup of black coffee does me well. Â While reading with myÂ coffee the other day, I came across an article on Asiana from the Korea Times. Â The article talked about a new Hand-Drip Coffee service that is only on offer onboard Asiana Airlines in first class. Â You might be thinking â€œso what? Other airlines have espresso, why go for hand-drip?” Â Well, for someone like me, hand-drip coffee is pretty damn great.
All Nippon Airways Boeing 747 (JA8955) waiting to take off.
Starting on March 1st, All Nippon Airways (ANA) will have women-only lavatories on their international planes (except the Boeing 737 or Airbus A320). These lavatories will be restricted to only female passengers and will have a pink logo on the doors.
Only under certain circumstances will male passengers be able to use the lavatories:
* When required for safety reasons, just prior to the seat belt sign being turned on during take-off and landing
* When a passenger is not feeling well and a personal emergency requires such use
* When there are very few female passengers and the women-only designation has been lifted for the flight. If this is the case, an in-flight announcement will be made.
I don’t want to go into too many details on why this might be a good idea, but a man using the restroom and turbulence could cause issues. Also women wouldn’t have to worry about putting down the seat.
Of course previously ANA has advised passengers to use the restroom before even boarding the plane to save on fuel and carbon emissions.
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