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Air France Introduces New Onboard Games, Comfort Kits and Gifts For Their Youngest Guests

Air France is introducing new kids’ games and comfort kits in long-haul cabins for their youngest travelers. In all Air France long-haul cabins, kids aged 3 to 11 with a children’s menu will now receive a fun new folder containing a treasure trove of entertaining items.

Air France's Fun New 'Folder' for Kids Traveling on Long-Haul Flights - © Air France

On Wednesday (February 9, 2022), Air France announced the introduction of new onboard games and comfort kits for their youngest travelers. When traveling on long-haul flights, kids aged 3 to 11 with a children’s menu will now receive a fun new folder available in blue or grey, which contains a postcard to color, a box of five colored pencils, an activity book, a set of cards and a comfort mask. In keeping with the airline’s eco-friendly approach, the folder is made from carboard sourced from sustainably managed forests and is not wrapped in plastic.

Air France hasn’t forgotten about families traveling with infants under the age of two, and is introducing new products just for their comfort and well-being as well. On long-haul flights in La Première, Business and Premium Economy cabins, customers will now receive a recyclable cardboard box containing an adorable, cuddly toy rabbit, certified organic Castéra thermal water and a honeycomb cotton pouch. In Economy Class, Air France’s most junior globetrotters will be treated to a recyclable cardboard box containing the new cuddly toy rabbit.

Air France Introduces New Products for Families Traveling With Infants - © Air France

Air France also offers other fun activities for kids, providing delight to both children and parents alike. On long-haul flights, a wide selection of entertainment programming is dedicated to young travelers, with meditation programs, cartoons, audio programs, and even magic lessons given by an Air France steward. Additionally, a range of children’s magazines can be downloaded from the Air Prance Play app. During the flight, special meals are also provided for infants and children free of charge and include organic products. Air France also welcomes unaccompanied minors aged 4 to 17 with their ‘Kids Solo’ service, where they are accompanied by Air France staff to ensure their safety. Parents can follow their child’s journey via the Air France app through each stage of their journey, from departure at the airport to arrival at their final destination.

Source: Air France


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