Viral Video Of Japanese Airport Luggage Handlers Is An Example Every Airport Should Follow
Caught on camera for all the right reasons.
A video showing two Japanese staff carefully unloading luggage from a plane has gone viral on social media
Facebook user Nihongo Wakaranai posted the video on 1 February of two ground staff unloading luggage from a flight at an airport in Japan.
"Caught on film at the airport in Japan shows how the Japanese really treat your suitcase…….. often better than yourself," the Facebook user wrote in the description.
At the time of writing, the video has gotten over 2.5 million views and 52,000 shares.
Throughout the 3-minute clip, the staff could be seen meticulously unloading luggage from a plane and placing them onto the back of a truck to be transported back to the airport terminal
The staff showed great care and professionalism in their work, even though it's possible that they have transported over thousands of luggage by then.
There was no rough handling and chucking of bags as one staff member personally handed over each piece of luggage to his colleague to load onto the truck.
Netizens, including Malaysians, have chimed in to applaud the Japanese before pointing out that local airport staff should learn a thing or two from them
The Japanese are not only known for their commendable behaviour, punctuality is of utmost importance as well: