Japan Airlines to Offer Zero Halliburton Amenity Kits

By Paul Riegler on 4 December 2015
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DSC_0119 2Japan Airlines announced that it will provide business-class passengers on some flights with Zero Halliburton amenity kits starting at the end of the year.

Luggage maker Zero Halliburton is known for its aluminum cases, one of which was used on the Apollo 11 space mission to bring moon rocks back to Earth.

Two versions of the new amenity kit are being offered. Outbound flights from Japan will feature a dark green or orange soft case, while passengers on inbound flights will get a red or black semi-hard case.

The amenity kit will include lip balm, toothbrush and toothpaste, a moisture mask, eye mask, earplugs, and tissues.

The Zero Halliburton cases will be offered on flights from Tokyo Haneda to San Francisco, London, and Paris; from Tokyo Narita to New York, Boston, Chicago, Dallas, Los Angeles, San Diego, Vancouver, Paris, Frankfurt, Helsinki, Moscow, and Sydney; and from Osaka to Los Angeles.

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