Keeping your kids amused on a flight can be hard work.
EasyJet has a great idea – an on-board lending library with over 60,000 books across 300 flights.
The idea behind the Flybraries is to choose a book, read it to your kids and then leave it for the next passengers.
The books will be in the seat pockets of 300 flights will feature books from published HarperCollins, including Dinosaur Juniors by Rob Biddulph, Mog and Bunny by Judith Kerr, Paddington Abroad by Michael Bond, The Boy Who Could Do What He Liked by David Baddiel, and Geek Girl by Holly Smale.
Tina Milton, Director of Cabin Crew at easyJet said: At easyJet, we are passionate about creating family friendly initiatives that make flying with us both fun and also easier for parents. And as the summer holidays provide the perfect opportunity for some well-earned family time, we hope that the millions of passengers who fly with us this summer enjoy sharing a story or two from our unique in-flight lending library.
The scheme also involves some entertainment in the terminal before you take off if you fly from London Luton Airport.
The airport is hosting a series of in terminal events over the course of the school holidays at a specially designed Flybrary reading area with story time and activities from HarperCollins Childrens Books most loved characters, giving passengers the chance to dive into a good book while they wait to board their flight.
London Luton Airports Head of Passenger Services, Clare Armstrong said: Were right behind this brilliant summer initiative by easyJet and were honoured to welcome Katie Piper to London Luton Airport (LLA) to launch this years Flybraries campaign and share a story with some of our younger passengers.
Theres nothing like curling up with a good book, and we hope that parents and kids heading off to the many holiday destinations served by easyJet from LLA this summer will enjoy crRead More – Source