Vistara launches ‘Airborne’ to educate children
Vistara, India’s finest full-service carrier, released ‘Airborne’–a first-of-its kind comic book designed to educate and sensitise its young...
New Delhi: Vistara, India’s finest full-service carrier, released ‘Airborne’–a first-of-its kind comic book designed to educate and sensitise its young travellers to the nuances of air travel, in a fun and interactive way.
It addresses many questions that curious air travellers usually have about flying as well as airport and airline operations in an uncomplicated manner, thereby drawing interest of adults as well. In addition, ‘Airborne’touches upon good cabin courtesy and includes tips for one to have a pleasant flying experience.
Through appealing illustrations, storytelling and the usage of easy language, ‘Airborne’ makes for the perfect read for inquisitive young minds. ‘Airborne’ is being given to Vistara’s young travelers at the check in counters and to the children of Salaam Baalak Trust, Vistara’s NGO partner.
Rashmi Soni, VP & Head - Corporate Communications & CSR, Vistara said, “Airborne is our sincere effort at engaging with children and our young flyers in an interesting and meaningful way.
Last year, Vistara introduced its ‘YoungStar’ programme for children travelling alone un accompanied minors (children aged between 5 and 12), who are looked after and provided with special care throughout their journey.Under this programme, children are escorted by airline staff throughout the entire process at airports.