Child-friendly flights

Milk Magazine (English) - - TRAVEL - air­

AIR FRANCE GOES ALL OUT FOR KIDS In the air as on the ground, the air­line com­pany con­tin­ues to im­prove its ser­vice for chil­dren, to make both their and their par­ents’ jour­ney the most agree­able ex­pe­ri­ence pos­si­ble.

Magic mo­ments

On long-haul flights, Air France pro­vides 3-8-year-olds with a games pack, con­tain­ing a colour­ing book, crayons, a mag­netic photo frame, an anti-stress ball and an­i­mal fig­urines. Chil­dren may also learn magic tricks from one of the stew­ards, us­ing the items in the pack. A clever way of turn­ing a flight into a magic mo­ment.

Quality menus

Fun, healthy and easy-to-eat, the chil­dren’s meal tray is spe­cially adapted to their tastes and needs. Com­posed of a salad, a hot dish, a piece of fruit or fruit salad, it also has or­ganic or­ange juice, fruit purée and choco­late bar.

In-flight zen

And with the app Mind, guided med­i­ta­tion ses­sions are now avail­able on long-haul flights: pas­sen­gers sim­ply click on the “Med­i­ta­tion” sec­tion on their in­di­vid­ual screens. Adults may fol­low six ex­er­cises taken from Christophe An­dre’s best­seller Mind­ful­ness Day After Day. Six oth­ers suit­able for chil­dren come from Eline Snel’s book Sit­ting Still Like

A Frog. An ideal app for a har­mo­nious fam­ily flight. (H.L.)

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