In-flight entertainment? Pens and paper!

TravelDailyNews.com - 01-11

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British parents are championing creativity over technology when it comes to travel, a new study has revealed. The survey, conducted by family travel experts Tots to Travel, found that 57% of parents won’t board a plane without ‘notebooks, pencils and crayons’ to keep their child entertained during the flight. The move to a more creative on-board activity means there is less room in parent’s hand luggage for the likes of ‘iPads’ (27%) and ‘sweets or chocolate’ (10%).