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Japan Airlines allows dogs in cabin for special charter service

A Japanese airline has launched a special flight service that allows passengers to fly with their dogs in the main cabin. Japan Airlines' first "wan wan jet" charter service departed on Friday from Narita airport near Tokyo and flew domestically to Kagoshima Prefecture, southwestern Japan. For ¥150,000 ($1821), the package tour means owners and their dogs will also get to stay together in a hotel and go sightseeing in rented cars HOW INSAIN next they might have elephants on board… ( More...

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Actually I would rather talk to an ape the have more intelligent then JAL'S flight attendants
Very funny a gorilla would do me


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