Etihad flying nanny service

The nightmare of long-haul flights with kids could finally be solved

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Dread the thought of long haul flights with the small members of your brood? This could be a thing of the past thanks to Etihad, who has launched a dedicated in-flight Flying Nanny service for families on long haul flights. Identified by bright orange aprons, each Flying Nanny aims to provide a helping hand to families and unaccompanied minors. They will also introduce kids to the collectable Etihad characters; Zoe the bee, Jamool the camel, Kundai the lion, and Boo the panda – who accompany them on their trip.
The service will be operational by the end of 2013. www.etihad.com.

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