Message from Cabin Crew and others

For us flight attendants, it brings various merits like reducing physical burden on our bodies.

We, the flight attendants, check to make sure that all baggage stowage bin doors are properly locked during take-offs and landings. This is when the TanaOS product is playing an active role. The overhead baggage stowage is built horizontally, and the door opens downward. Even when it looks closed, it may only be locked on one side, so you need to firmly push it up to check that it is closed. The length of the TanaOS can be adjusted according to our height, and you can firmly push the doors when force is applied.

In addition, it is possible to check the doors without entering the personal space of passengers seated on the aisle side. For us flight attendants, it brings various merits like reducing physical burden on our bodies. During the Corona pandemic by using the TanaOS, it is not necessary to directly touch the baggage stowage bins, and it is possible to maintain an appropriate distance from the customers. This is a great help in providing safe and secure services.


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Japan Transocean Air
No. 2 In-flight Passenger Services
Cabin Leader
Natsuki Takeishi