Family Booths, Child-Free Zones and iPad-Enabled Cabin Crew: Is There a Flying Revolution in the Air?

Family Booths, Child-Free Zones and iPad-Enabled Cabin Crew: Is There a Flying Revolution in the Air?

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Flying as a family may soon be an experience parents can almost look forward to – at least if the new vision of Thomson Airways is to be believed.

The company has revealed a five-year plan for its products and services, promising to “change the face of holiday flying” with several innovations.

Among the new concepts is a social seating area for four to six people – designed for larger families – at the back of the company’s new fleet of Boeing 737 Max aircraft. There would be a kids’ club on board longer flights, while an upgraded in-flight entertainment system would include a bedtime story channel for young children as well as bespoke teenage content.

Read more at The Telegraph

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