Britain’s biggest airline Thomson Airways unveiled new aircraft with separate cozy cabins for families and lovers.
To make the flight comfortable for nervous parents who have always monitor their children, Thomson Airways upgrading its passenger aircraft, adding cabin space that can accommodate up to 6 people, in the rear of the aircraft.
Spouses and friends can choose “cabin for two,” which is also the third seat that easily transforms into a table for champagne and chargers and decorative illumination. Meanwhile, children can be sent to a children’s club board where specially trained staff will entertain children engaged in creative activities and conduct quizzes related to the place to which they are sent.
The company also plans to introduce new routes, including Europe’s only direct flight to Costa Rica in November 2015.
Other areas considered flying in the eastern Caribbean to the islands of St. Lucia and Antigua, the Antilles and Curacao to Bonaire and in Southeast Asia, Vietnam and Malaysia.
Author: Anastasiia Trepyton