ANA offers rickshaw rides in Haneda

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Here is a different way of getting to your flight! Just for this week, All Nippon Airways in Japan is offering its passengers at Tokyo’s Haneda Airport a rickshaw ride to their gate.

Once passengers are through security, they queue up to take their rickshaw ride on a first come first served basis. When numbers get too big, their names go into a hat and lots are drawn – although the airline says that this has not happened very much.

There are no plans to introduce rickshaws in other airports, or to extend beyond this period. But ANA says that this is proving to be a popular attraction.

Well, given my weight, I think the guys who are pulling the rickshaw must be glad that I am not flying into Haneda any time soon!


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