Traveling by air can be quite stressful, and it is of course never fun to lose luggage or personal belongings on the plane. Well, KLM airlines found a solution: a dag named Sherlock. The dog works on the lost and found service at Schiphol Airport in Amsterdam to find the owners of iPhones, toys and stuffed animals. The video was viewed over 4.8 million times on YouTube in just 3 days!
The trainer Sherlock, Dirk van Driel, said in the video that the dog is trained "in muscle strength, endurance, and of course in socialization" to be fit for his mission.
In the past, the company was a lot on social networks by using cooking oil as fuel on its transatlantic flights, or by creating a platform where passengers could see their LinkedIn and Facebook profiles on the plane, where smartphones and tablets are prohibited.