Korea: Airline Will Store Your Coats When You Travel

Daily Feature

Dragging your coat around on holiday is one of life’s petty annoyances.

You live in a cold climate, and you need to wear a coat to the airport at the beginning of your trip and back home from the airport at the end of your trip.

But your holidays are in a warm climate, where coats aren’t needed.

So – as if you don’t have enough on your hands waiting in line at the check-in counter, checking your bags, going through security, going through customs, shopping, having a bite to eat – you’ve got your coat to deal with.

Korean Air to the Rescue

Korean Air has launched a free coat storage service for passengers traveling from Korea to destinations with warmer climates such as Australia, Southeast Asia, and Hawaii.

Passengers can store their coats at Incheon International Airport in Seoul free for up to five days. After that, a daily fee will be charged.

The service was launched on 1 December 2011 and will continue through 29 February 2012.

I don’t know about anyone else, but I think this is a great idea. Surely we could use this in Hong Kong.

Is anyone at Cathay Pacific reading?


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