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Cathay Pacific launches New Disney Fun Packs for Children

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Wednesday, 10 September 2008

Cathay Pacific has launched a new range of Disney fun packs for its junior passengers. The packs, available on the majority of Cathay Pacific flights for youngsters aged three to eight, feature popular Disney characters.

The fun packs come in two different designs. On flights departing Hong Kong young travellers will be able to amuse themselves with the Mickey Mouse Clubhouse fun pack, while on flights into Hong Kong the Ratatouille fun pack featuring the food-loving rodent and friends will help keep them entertained.

Each pack contains a collection of fun items and games including stationery, books, stickers and games all contained in an attractive satchel that enables youngsters to take their fun packs home.

Cathay Pacifics Manager Catering Services Charles Grossrieder said, Our young passengers are just as important as our grown-up ones and we aim to ensure they are kept entertained on their journey with us. The Disney fun packs are always a big hit with youngsters and, combined with our other inflight entertainment offerings, it means that boredom is never a worry!

Cathay Pacifics new inflight entertainment system, currently being rolled out on its medium and long-haul fleet and featuring audio and video on demand in all travel classes, offers a Disney channel featuring movies and Disney TV channels for children of all ages and more than 70 video games.

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