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Yuletide: Air France comforts travelling kids with toys

Air France has revealed that from 18 December 2015, to celebrate the Christmas holidays it is offering children travelling on its flights a selection of toys when they arrive at the airport to ensure its young travellers enjoy their trip to the full.

In the Kids areas at the long-haul Business lounges at Paris-Charles de Gaulle and in the six Kids areas dedicated to UMs (“Unaccompanied Minors”) at Paris-Charles de Gaulle and Paris-Orly, the Company has introduced a new range of games in partnership with Mattel® (Barbie®, Cars® and HotWheels® toys, board games, etc.). Ideal for having fun before boarding a flight.

Air France aircraft mid flight
Air France aircraft mid flight

Air France has also joined forces with Bonpoint® for the end-of-year celebrations. Air France agents will give families kits containing a range of cosmetics for mum, a cuddly toy, a wooden car or a doll at all the Business lounges at Paris-Charles de Gaulle.

Finally, Bayard Jeunesse® magazines (Pomme d’Api, J’aime lire, Okapi, Adventure Box and Story Box) will also be given to young passengers at the Business lounges at Paris-Charles de Gaulle.

On board, there are also surprises for children (games kits, card games to colour in, noughts & crosses, tangrams, etc.) to ensure they have a fun trip. These surprises will be available throughout the holiday season on the entire Hop! Air France and Air France network on departure from Paris-Charles de Gaulle and Paris-Orly.

Santa comes to Paris-Charles de Gaulle

On 18 and 19 December 2015, Santa Claus is coming to Paris-Charles de Gaulle! On 18 December he’ll be at terminal F, check-in area 1 and on 19 December at terminal E, check-in area 20. He will be handing out gifts and having his photo taken with children so they can leave with an unforgettable souvenir. There will also be Christmas carols sung by the Air France choir.

Free wi-fi for KidsSolo

From 18 December 2015, our youngest globetrotters travelling alone (KidsSolo) benefit from free wi-fi access offered by Air France in partnership with HubOne at all UM connecting lounges at Paris-Charles de Gaulle and Paris-Orly. Keeping in touch with the family all over the world has never been easier!

Air France does all it can to ensure its young globetrotters have an unforgettable experience. There are specially designed products and services just for them, to ensure their trip goes smoothly for them… and their parents! Dedicated areas at the airport, special meals on board, a wide range of games, etc. Young travellers are benefiting from the move upmarket of Air France’s entire range of products and services. Today, a new offer is available: Kids, for children traveling with their family and KidsSolo, for those travelling alone on an Air France flight. Air France agents always take great care of all of them. Every year, over 1.3 million children travel on Air France flights, including 410,000 babies and 285,000 unaccompanied children.

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