Japan Airlines has teamed up with South Korean company Lotte to give passengers chocolates on Valentine’s Day.
The Japanese carrier will serve Lotte’s Ghana milk chocolate on Valentine’s Day this year. The airline said it will prepare two versions of the “popular” bite-size chocolate for passengers traveling on JAL’s domestic and international flights departing from Japan.
“Bite-size Ghana milk chocolates are a favourite across all age groups in Japan,” said the airline.
Cabin crew will hand out the chocolate to passengers during the flight. For select domestic flights, the chocolate will be handed out at the boarding gate.
A number of airlines serve Valentine’s Day treats onboard on February 14. Recently, Emirates said it plans to offer passengers a range of Valentine’s Day themed desserts and treats on board and across its lounge network.