Emirates Airline Treasures Nigerian Children ....Fetes them on Children's Day, Offers Unique services On board Flight...
Nigerian Children felt honoured by Emirates Airline with the interesting and fun-filled event put together to commemorate the Children’s day. The World’s International Airline, Emirates, made the day memorable for Nigerian Children particularly the Nigerian kids.
Recently organized at the Silverbird Cinemas, located at Ikeja City Mall, the children watched a blockbuster movie with the Emirates Regional Manager West Africa, Mr Afzal Parambil, and also had several photographs with him. Selected children were also dressed in the Emirates pilot and cabin crew uniforms. The presence of a beautiful cake and an improvised aircraft portrayed the brand in good light, and wowed the children whom were keen on having a snap shot with them. There were lots of food, drinks, popcorn, and souvenirs for the kids and their parents.
Children are recognized as important part of the society, so Children’s Day focuses on the significance of loving, accepting and appreciating children.
Meanwhile, Emirates also makes trips a memorable one for Children onboard flight. This airline pays attention to young flyers on board flight with tasty meals, non-stop entertainment, toys and goodies to inspire the greatest of imaginations. It goes every step of the way to give children extra comfort while on a trip. It offers a range of products and services with the needs of children in mind, and it shares its passion and love for adventure with these future travellers as well as stimulate their curiosity.
Toy is one of Emirates offerings on board. To fuel a sense of wonder and imagination, Emirates has developed its own set of toys for children. Fly With Me Lonely Planet Kids are another set of products for children. Emirates has teamed up with the travel experts at Lonely Planet Kids to create packs that inspire older children to explore more of the world. The Fly With Me Animals Magazine is also another product produced exclusively for Emirates young flyers between the ages of three (3) and Eight (8) years. It is a fun and colourful magazine Each magazine includes a colouring set which features Emirates Little Travellers characters -- iconic Emirates cabin crew and pilot characters exploring the world.Emirates airline provides meals and special products for babies, toddlers, and children on all routes Emirates offers. Young travellers on Emirates receive specially designed headphones for a better fit and they can enjoy dedicated channels of children and family programming. Shortly before the Emirates flight departs, the Lounges in Dubai, both First and Business Classes are also made fun of fun for children. These Young travellers are kept busy with dedicated areas in the lounges. They have play areas, with adequate seating for parents to supervise their children. These play areas offer plenty of entertainment and exciting interactive games suitable for kids of all ages, up to older teens. Other special services for children and infants include, Priority boarding for families with small children, Special fares for children aged two to 11, 10kg free baggage allowance for infants not occupying a seat, Baby kits, bassinets, nappies and baby change tables , Baby bottles, milk formula and two types of jar food as well as food/ bottle heating services , Special ‘stroller’ delivery service for parents with babies in Dubai, provided immediately after disembarking, and Family check-in area at Dubai.Parents whose children are travelling alone can be assured of a smooth and stress-free journey from start to finish with our friendly and helpful staff. The unaccompanied minors service is available for children from 5 to under 12 years travelling alone or children under 8 years of age travelling in a different cabin class from their parents. Emirates Young Travellers between the ages of two (2) and sixteen (16) can also partake in the Skyward Skysurfers. Skywards Skysurfers is the airline’s frequent flyer programme for young travellers aged.
Launched in 1985, Emirates is a global connector of people and places. Emirates is the world’s largest international airline, with an extensive network that has grown to offer its customers a choice of 155 destinations in 83 countries across six continents. It has been fundamental in establishing Dubai as the Middle East’s commercial centre and aviation hub. As at this year, it operates more than 3,500 flights per week across six continents from its base at Dubai International airport.