easyJet launched a new in-flight learning initiative to encourage children to learn a new language at 35,000 feet through a new partnership with children’s book series Mizzi Mozzi. Young passengers can choose from a collection of interactive stories encouraging them to discover foreign languages, including French, Spanish, Italian, German, Portuguese, Greek and English.
“easyJet is excited to be taking as many families as we can on that long-awaited family holiday this summer. Kids around Europe have missed out on so much in the past 18 months, including learning about different cultures and languages whilst visiting foreign places,” said Johan Lundgren, CEO, easyJet. “That’s why we are delighted to be relaunching our Flybraries service onboard all our flights this summer to help kids learn languages whilst flying with us. We know travel has the power to inspire and provide rewarding and memorable experiences for children of all ages so we are thrilled to team up with Mizzi Mozzi and Nebra Sky to introduce new, interactive ways for our customers to spend their time onboard with us.”
Mizzi Mozzi e-books are designed to spark curiosity and help families learn together through unexpected tales, like meeting Muffly Mini-Mammoths on the moon or chasing Lekko Lizzle-Slizzer, the orange chameleon, through a jungle. The first two books of the new Mizzi Mozzi digital series are offered for free on easyJet. Scan the QR code on the seatback before take-off, download the app for free, choose the language and download the books.
Additionally, easyJet’s Holiday Helpers will be available at London Gatwick Airport to help travelers navigate the airport enjoyably. They will also hand out stickers with Mizzi Mozzi QR-coded stickers, activity books, coloring pencils and more.
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