Airline aims to make travel fun for kids
Air Canada's Altitude Skyriders program aims to make flying a little less stressful for kids ages 2 to 12
Flying can sometimes be an overwhelming and scary experience for young children. With a new initiative, Air Canada is hoping to make the journey a little more comfortable.
Altitude Skyriders is a club for kids between the ages of 2 and 12 who have an Aeroplan number (it is free to sign up for one online).
Once parents register their kids, the new members will receive a welcome letter and a logbook to document their travels. They also receive a luggage tag to identify themselves as club members along with activity books, headphones and puzzles.
Each time they travel, kids accumulate print-out badges to add to their logbook that indicate major cities they have visited or milestones like a child’s first flight.
For more information, visit skyriders.aircanada.com.