Air France Introduces New Products for Young Travelers on Long Haul Flights
Air France has introduced a new, fun activity kit for their young travelers in all cabins on long-haul flights. The kit will be distributed by cabin crew and includes imaginative role-play games that young guests can enjoy onboard and at home.
On Monday (February 6, 2023), Air France announced the introduction of new products for their youngest guests in all cabins on long-haul flights. With nearly two million children traveling with the carrier annually, Air France has always been dedicated to the well-being of families traveling with children. The new activity kit will be distributed by cabin crew members and will keep kids amused with imaginative role-play games to enjoy onboard and at home. Inside the kit, they will find a little dog-shaped figurine with a suitcase, a plane in the airline’s colors, a runway jigsaw puzzle, and activity book and colored pencils. The kit also unfolds to reveal a fun French bakery décor and the figurine wears a sailor top, two emblematic nods to Air France.
The new activity kit will be distributed to all young travelers during the inflight meal service. The ‘kids’ menu is made up exclusively of organic products on flights departing Paris and is automatically offered to children aged 2 to 6. For kids over six years, parents can reserve the kid’s menu at no charge up to 24 hours prior to departure. As part of Air France’s eco-friendly approach, the new activity kit is plastic-free, with each item made from FSC wood (obtained from sustainably managed forests) or recycled paper and cardboard.
Air France has also introduced new products for families traveling with infants under two years of age. Babies and toddlers in all Air France long-haul flights will receive an adorable kraft paper kit containing a cuddly toy dog, made of reusable and recyclable soft materials. For guests traveling in La Première and Premium Economy, the kit also comes with a cute pouch in the Air France colors, and certified organic Castéra thermal water made in France.
Air France's New Baby Activity Kit - Courtesy Air France
Along with special meals and fun activities, Air France’s junior globetrotters can enjoy a dedicated selection of entertainment programs including music, cartoons, and an introduction to meditation. The carrier also offers a selection of 16 children’s magazines, which can be downloaded from the Air France Play app. Additionally, for unaccompanied minors aged 4 to 17, Air France offers a ‘Kids Solo’ service, where Air France staff accompany them to ensure their safety. Parents can also follow their solo travelers at each stage of the trip on the Air France app, from departure to arrival.
Source: Air France