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Qatar Airways launches Oryx Kids Club On-Board Children's Programme

Posted 28 June 2018 · Add Comment

Qatar Airways has launched its Oryx Kids Club On-Board Children's Programme, offering an enhanced experience for its youngest travellers by providing them with specially designed plush toys, activity packs, and special meal boxes featuring their favourite super heroes from the Oryx Kids Club.

 

Children travelling on ultra long-haul routes are now able to enjoy their flight with their favourite super heroes from Oryx Kids Club: “Orry” and “Orah” the Oryx and their friends Kamil the camel, Faaiz the falcon and Farrah the desert fox. The programme will extend to long-haul flights from 1 July 2018, and on short-and medium-haul routes from 1 September 2018.

Qatar Airways Senior Vice President Marketing and Corporate Communications, Salam Al Shawa, said: “At Qatar Airways, we always seek to enhance the travel experience of our passengers of all ages. We especially want to ensure that flying is as enjoyable as it can be for children and families. These new special new toys, amenity packs and meal boxes featuring the Oryx Kids Club super heroes will ensure that our youngest travellers are entertained from the moment they board the aircraft, alongside our dedicated children’s channels on the Oryx One entertainment system.”

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