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Japanese Airlines staff (KBC) under training

December 21st local time, 17 female staff of Japan Airlines came to the Sosuo Shrine in Fukuoka Prefecture for training.

They will serve as witches here from January 1, 2021 to solve the problem of insufficient staff at the peak of the end of the year and the beginning of the year.

The number of flights of Japan Airlines has been greatly reduced (Fuji TV)

According to Japan’s Sankei Shimbun on the 21st, affected by the COVID-19 epidemic, the number of flights of Japan Airlines has been greatly reduced, the workload of staff has been reduced, and the staff has become rich.

On the other hand, due to the decline in the number of applicants this year, the witch position in Zong Statue Shrine is facing a shortage of staff.

Japanese Airlines staff in witch costumes (Japan Television)

Japan Airlines concluded a cooperation agreement with Soito Shrine in 2017. In order to help the Soito Shrine tide over difficulties

Japan Airlines decided to send 17 female staff to support, and expected them to improve their business level through this experience.

Seiri Yoshibu, the head of the Sojōka Shrine, also said with expectation, “I believe that their service spirit can work, which is also a learning opportunity for us.”

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