France’s top airline is looking to get out of a jam on its exit menu and has created a brand new menu option for its departing passengers.
The airline, Etihad, announced on Tuesday that passengers would soon be able to exit their plane at any time by pressing the “exit menu” button.
This means that, unlike many other airlines, Etiks passengers will not be able exit from their seats to the plane, but instead can simply press the exit button on the plane and they will be redirected to the exit menu.
Etihad, which operates the Airbus A320, says the menu will be available in all countries where the airline operates, including Japan, Singapore, Australia, and New Zealand.
However, Etikas passengers who want to exit the plane will need to have their luggage checked by staff members.
If a passenger’s luggage is found to be damaged or has not been delivered, they will have to pay a fee of 100 euros ($112) to be sent to the airline’s headquarters.
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