Cabin Safety

Help us provide you with safe flights.

How We Work to Prevent Violence and Disruptive Behavior in the Cabin

Behavior which threatens the safety in the aircraft, harms the passengers and cabin crew inside the cabin, disrupts the order of the cabin, or goes against the rules of the cabin are prohibited by Civil Aeronautics Act. Especially due to the special characteristics of the airplane, if the pilot demands a passenger put an end to the following behavior, but the passenger does not comply, a fine of up to JPY 500,000 will be charged.

  1. 1. Operating the opening/closing mechanisms of the doors or emergency exits.

    Operating the handle of a door without instruction from the cabin crew is extremely dangerous.

  2. 2. Smoking in restrooms.

    Restrooms are closed quarters, and it is difficult to notice if a fire occurs. As there are many easily burnable items such as paper products in restrooms, absolutely no smoking is allowed inside of them. (Use of electronic cigarettes and smokeless tobacco may interfere with the comfort of other passengers, and is not allowed within the cabin.)

  3. 3. Interfering with the duties of the cabin crew, and behavior which may jeopardize safety, etc.

    For reasons of safety, please abstain from things like abusive language, threatening behavior, and sexual harassment from alcohol abuse which interferes with the duties of the cabin crew.

  4. 4. Using prohibited electronic devices.

    Electronic devices which emit signals like mobile phones may cause interference to the airplane's instruments, and are prohibited throughout the flight, so please turn them off.
    Note: •Passengers with children's mobile phones with a function which periodically switches them back on after being turned off in order to provide information on the carrier's location, use a setting which completely turns off the power, or cut the main power supply after switching off the setting before boarding.

  5. 5. Not fastening seat belts.

    When your seat belt is not fastened, sudden turbulence and emergency stops due to changes in air streams can present a danger of being thrown from your seat, causing major injuries.

  6. 6. Not returning things like the back of your seat or table back to its original position.

    Please return the back of your seat or table back to its original position during takeoff and landing as failing to do so causes interference during evacuation in times of emergencies.

    7. Leaving baggage in areas which interfere with evacuation.

    Leaving baggage around is dangerous as it may suddenly be uplifted by things like sudden turbulence. As it may become an obstacle during evacuation in times of emergencies, be sure to stow your baggage under the seat in front of you or in the shared overhead bins above your seat.

    8. Operating and moving emergency equipment and devices (life vests, fire extinguishers, etc.).

    Do not use emergency equipment provided strictly for emergencies, such as fire extinguishers and life vests, without reason.

For Your Own Safety

Be sure to watch BearDo's instructions as he puts them into practice to ensure your safety within the cabin.