To prevent spreading the Covid-19, JAL has decided to suspend the Factory Tour and move it online.

Japan Airlines have come up with the “JAL Remote Factory Tour” program, which allows you to learn more about the system and airplanes from the comfort of your own home.

The JAL Remote Factory Tour has around 45 minutes, and you can learn things such as the flying methods, mechanisms, airplanes ‘sizes through an online conference system.

Besides a lot of educational videos, slides, there are ways to learn in a fun way with quizzes; if you have questions, you can also write it in the chatroom, and you’ll get the answers straight away.

It is a wonderful idea because teachers can also use it at school and take the whole class on a virtual tour of the factory.

By using a lot of interesting and fun ways of learning, including lots of visual material, children will be able to understand the content much better, too.

Visual interactive learning and the use of images are a great way to learn and teach your students about not only airplanes but many other subjects that might be a little hard to explain just by using words.

Visiting museums, factories, taking quizzes, and having fun while learning is a good approach, and I believe that this program, too, will be very appreciated by both teachers and students.

Of course, you don’t need to be an institution to beneficiate from it, and if you are interested in airplanes and how they work, you can also reserve your spot and visit it from your home.

The program includes a tour and introduction of the exhibition area, aviation classroom, and a hangar tour.

It is available five days a week (Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday) and the morning course starts from 11: 00 to 11: 45, while the afternoon course is from 15: 00 to 15: 45.

However, you will need to make a reservation beforehand.

The start date of the tour was the 24th of November, and you can make a reservation on the JAL Official Website.

The tour is also free of charge, and it is an opportunity for those who live far away and are interested in this subject because now they can visit it online.

During it, you will learn about aircraft with images, videos, along with explanations, also see the uniforms displayed at the exhibition area, and have a small introduction of what flight attendants, mechanics do.

When you get to the hangar tour part, you will learn more about aircrafts maintenance and hangar, and at the end of it, there will be a question corner.

It is a chance to learn new things and a good experience for those who are passionate or dream to work in this field in the future, so I recommend giving it a try.


By - cinnamonellie.