If you’re taking the little ones on a plane for their holidays this year you should definitely check out the Simply for Flying log book. Flying can be a daunting and/or boring experience for children so the best way to approach it is as an adventure!
The log book was created by Bronwyn Darnoc after she couldn’t find a product, similar to the one she owned as a child, to record her son’s first flight adventure.
About the same size as a passport, the logbook has space for the child’s details and a photograph, along with 42 flight logs & journal pages for the captain and crew to fill in. It contains a message to the captain/crew explaining what the logbook is all about and educational information such as a world map, time zone chart and altitude/distance/temperature conversions.
I particularly love the examples of what captains have written in some of the logbooks. It would be wonderful for a child to receive these messages!
With a tick list for countries visited and a pocket at the back for boarding ticket stubs or other mementoes, this book would make a lovely gift for any child embarking on their first flying adventure!
To find out more, or buy a logbook for your children, head over to the Simply for Flying website.