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Air Nannies To Make Flights Bearable For Kids, Parents And The Travelers Around Them
There's only one caveat: you've got to be flying to or from the Middle East to take advantage of the program.
United Arab Emirates' Etihad Airways plans to roll out the nanny program by the end of December, according to NBC's Today show. More than 300 crew members have gone through training at Norland College, a prestigious U.K. nanny training school, with 200 more slated to undergo training by the end of December.
Bahrain's Gulf Air offers a similar program, according to its website.
If you're looking to snag some in-flight childcare, but don't want to drop several thousand dollars for a ticket to the Middle East, Nanny in the Clouds allows you to find your own personal Marry Poppins who happens to be traveling to your destination. The usual fee is $20 an hour for a cross-country flight, but if your kids are particularly rambunctious, you can be sure that your fellow travelers will take up a collection to help you pay the costs.