Whether your children are 2 or 12, navigating air travel with them is a feat. So what you can do: Choose the airline that can really work for you.
It is found that children under 12-year-old usually get bored before the minute 50 into their long-haul flight. Therefore, it is suggested to choose an airline which will help keep kids entertained. So, here are some of the best.
Emirates airway has teamed up with psychologist and boredom specialist Dr. Sandi Mann at the Central Lancashire University to find a way to keep kids entertained on a plane. She has identified five areas that you can blend together to help your kids have the perfect experience. Active: walking up and down the aisles. Passive: listening to music or watching films. Creative: drawing, or coloring books. Interactive: chatting, or reading books. Sensory: refreshments. The airline can help make it easier by providing soft toys, and a huge range of TV, games, and movie options. See emirates.com.
Kids can join the Joey Club of Qantas airway and have an activity kit for the flight. Moreover, you can print out themed activity sheets that are available to download off Qantas’ website for on-board coloring-in fun. Their entertainment selection, specially designed for younger children, is broad. And if you have to stop over in an airport, look for Matilda in Qantas lounges’ Joey Club zones. And if you want to inspire them to really love flying, you can buy a mini outfit of their choices, such as Qantas captain or cabin crew uniforms at the Qantas Shop. To purchase, please visit qantas.com.
- AIR NEW ZEALAND
Apart from the Jet Cadets Kids Pack and a various range of entertainment on screen, the Economy Skycouch is the factor that really sets Air New Zealand apart. Three seats can turn into a bed, meaning ample room for children to spread out and use as an area to play. And if they are all worn out, they can get some naps. They also offer a menu for fussy eaters as well as bassinets to pre-book. Visit airnewzealand.com.