Eti­had cel­e­brates grad­u­a­tion of 2000th Fly­ing Nanny

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Eti­had Air­ways has cel­e­brated the grad­u­a­tion of its 2000th Fly­ing Nanny, con­tin­u­ing its re­la­tion­ship with Nor­land, the re­spected UK-based higher ed­u­ca­tion col­lege which spe­cialises in ‘early years’ ed­u­ca­tion.

This Nor­land ap­proved train­ing en­sures that Eti­had Air­ways’ highly trained cabin crew mem­bers who trans­fer to be­come Fly­ing Nan­nies, can com­bine their ser­vice and hos­pi­tal­ity ex­per­tise with an ap­pre­ci­a­tion of the child­care skills re­quired to en­sure out­stand­ing ser­vice and in­flight care for the air­line’s younger guests.

The be­spoke train­ing pro­gramme, de­vised by Nor­land specif­i­cally for the Eti­had Air­ways Train­ing Acad­emy, pro­vides cabin crew with the skills to sup­port fam­i­lies on long­haul flights.

Linda Ce­lestino, Eti­had Air­ways' Vice Pres­i­dent Guest Ex­pe­ri­ence, said: “Fly­ing with a young fam­ily can be daunt­ing, even for our most ex­pe­ri­enced guests, and the Fly­ing Nanny role demon­strates our un­der­stand­ing of their needs and our un­wa­ver­ing com­mit­ment to mak­ing the jour­ney as re­lax­ing, en­ter­tain­ing and com­fort­able as pos­si­ble - for both par­ent and child.”

Fly­ing Nan­nies were in­tro­duced by Eti­had Air­ways in Septem­ber 2013, and are on­board to pro­vide an ex­tra pair of hands and to al­low par­ents more per­sonal time while they en­ter­tain the chil­dren. Click here for full story

Linda Ce­lestino, Eti­had Air­ways’ Vice Pres­i­dent Guest Ex­pe­ri­ence ( right), pre­sents the air­line’s 2000th grad­u­at­ing Fly­ing Nanny, Is­abel Moya Guz­man from Spain ( left ) , with a cer­tifi­cate mark­ing the oc­ca­sion

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