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Our Flying Nanny

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Flying Nanny

A helping hand in the sky 

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Do you ever wish someone else could help you entertain your little ones on long-haul flights?

Our Flying Nanny is here to provide fun activities for your children, and offer support to parents. Every Flying Nanny has a goody bag of games, arts and crafts to keep little hands busy.

And whilst we can’t carry your child or take them to the bathroom, we hope our Flying Nanny helps make your onboard experience a little more fun – for the whole family.

A sneak peek of the fun

  
  • Arts, crafts & origami
  • Hand puppets
  • Drawing competition
  • Face paints
  • Paper crowns and pilot hats
  • Certificates for young flyers

Unlimited fun

Our kids section features our much-loved animated characters: Zoe the bee, Jamool the camel, Kundai the lion, and Boo the panda. The Kids Club is for children under 12 years old who love interactive games, TV and movies.

Teenagers have access to their own world of music albums, Disney films and a variety of popular Hollywood titles. We also offer a parental lock feature, which allows parents to block unsuitable content.

Inflight entertainment ►

inflight Entertainment children's menu

Meals should be requested at least 24 hours prior to departure. 

Baby Meals
A limited supply of baby food is available upon request from your cabin crew. If you wish to carry milk or food for your baby, you can have these warmed up on board.

Child Meals
We have created nutritious and fun meals, appealing even to the fussiest of eaters.

Request special meals ►

On board children's meal

Every child over 3 years old will receive their own children’s pack of games, activity books and stickers to help keep boredom at bay.

Our Flying Nannies also have a fun-packed kit of face paints, pompoms, straws, stamps, glue, card and everything your child needs to get creative on board.

Flying Nanny

Hints & tips

For a relaxing flight

Relieve ear pain by sucking or chewing
Give your child something to suck or chew to relieve ear pain caused by changes in air pressure during take-off and landing. Blowing their nose may also help.

Go slow on sweets
Avoid too many sugary snacks and drinks as these can increase your child’s energy levels.

Safety first, seatbelt on
Some children can get upset at the idea of being strapped into their seat but the aircraft can’t take off or land if they’re not properly secured.

Try not to get too stressed out
The more relaxed you are, the more likely your child is to be calm and content.

Don't hesitate to ask for help
Our team will support you as much as they can.