‘Flying Nannies’ will keep kids happy aboard airplanes

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When kids are unsettled and cause a commotion on board, it makes flights that little bit more difficult for parents – never mind other passengers. Enter Etihad Airways' Flying Nanny scheme, which introduces a new member of on-board staff, available to assist families and their children. Some 300 of the airline's cabin crew have undergone training to take up the new roles, including guidance on child psychology and sociology. Identified by orange aprons when on board, the Flying Nannies will be able to answer questions and requests by parents who need some help in dealing with their children and babies…

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