«Flybrary», easyJet’s summer flying library, is making a comeback with more than 60’000 children’s books on board 300 aeroplanes. For young French-speaking passengers: 3 books and different reading levels to start or extend the family holidays.
easyJet is relaunching for the third consecutive year
its flying libraries named « Flybrary », an opportunity to let your imagination reach for the skies and share a special moment with your family.
« Flybrary » returns with a greater offer than ever before, giving approximately eight million passengers the opportunity to share a story together this summer. More than 60’000 copies of children’s books in seven European languages will be available in nearly 300 aeroplanes.
In partnership with Harper Collins and the publisher MILAN (Bayard Group), books such as The jungle bunch, Hilo and
« Un dragon trop bougon
» - collection Poche poussin
- will be available in the pockets of passenger seats from Geneva. Summer holidays are the perfect opportunity to spend time with the family.
The aeroplane is an ideal place to read a book: little or no distraction, time to spare and a context conducive to escape. For children, this is the perfect time to unleash their imagination and try something new and different. The « Flybrary » operation will allow parents and children to easily integrate reading with their holidays this summer. The 60’000 children’s books will be read and handed over to the next passenger by parents and children.
In order to make you family trip that little bit easier, easyJet offers other services to ensure your peace of mind: the possibility to take two additional childcare items for children up to 2 years old free of charge, a priority boarding for families travelling with a child under 5 years old, or play kits on board containing a snack and games that will amuse them.