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Emirates Offers New Toys to Enhance On Board Experience of Young Travelers

Emirates, one of the world’s largest international airlines, has introduced new toys and services on board its aircraft to enhance the travel experience of children and their families.

More specifically, the airline has launched new toys from the Emirates Fly with Me collection and Lonely Planet Kids activity kit bags for children travelling in all classes.

The new range of toys will come in the top four favorite characters – Lewis the Lion, Peek U the Panda, Ernie the Penguin, and Savannah the Elephant – as voted by customers and fans in a social media competition held last year.

Emirates has also introduced a new range to cater specially to children aged 3-6 years old. They will receive a travel case sketcher which includes puzzles, games and stickers to keep them busy on flight.

On long-haul flights, infants will be given a dual purpose plush toy with a printed activity blanket while older kids will receive a plush backpack with activity kits.

Furthermore, Emirates continues to offer its popular Fly with Me Lonely Planet Kids activity bags in brand new designs and colors to inspire children between 7 and 12 years old.

In addition, parents travelling with infants will receive an amenity kit especially for babies, with essentials such as a bib, spoon, baby wipes, changing mat and others.

Comfort on the ground

For a more convenient way to check-in, especially for families, Emirates offers home-check in.

On the ground, the airline complements the family travel experience with dedicated family check-in desks and complimentary baby strollers at Dubai International Airport, as well as priority boarding in most airports. Moreover, the Emirates lounges in Dubai include a dedicated play area and baby care rooms for feeding.

Children aged between 5 and 15, who are flying alone, can also use Emirates’ unaccompanied minor service to help them through the airport and on board.

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  1. Denise Angelos Reply

    Emirates is trying to get parents of young children by offering “toys”. Maybe they should change their peanut policy. With so many children with allergies, Emirates couldn’t care less about keeping children safe. Make your planes peanut and nut free to PROTECT children, NOT offer toys!

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