Submitted Wed, 09/11/2013 - 7:59am by BossFrog
It certainly seems like many parents who fly with young children are unable to manage them (…or maybe they just don’t care that their three-year-old has been kicking the back of your seat for six hours). One airline is stepping in by offering in-flight nanny services. Etihad Airways, based in the United Arab Emirates, will provide the service to unaccompanied minors and passengers traveling with kids on all long-haul flights. All nannies are graduates of a prestigious training school in the UK. On board, they’re armed with toys, crafts and other tools to distract and occupy fussy children. Don’t worry, there’s still a bar cart for fussy adults.