The airline business took a bad hit during the pandemic when travel was abruptly stopped. Planes are now taking to the skies again as borders are gradually opening up. What would a brand new airline look in a post-Covid world?
This creative printable worksheet set is a fun creative activity for students and kids to think about what their own airline would look like.
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Printable & Activity Objectives
Age: 6 to 9 year olds, Activity Time: 2-3 hours, Items Needed: Colouring and writing pencils.
In this activity, your child will have the opportunity to plan and design the basic branding and marketing elements of a new "fictional" airline.
It will help your child or student:
Learn about the history of the commercial aviation industry.
Understand and explore the the creative elements in airline branding from USPs (unique selling points), brand logos and taglines.
Develop an openness to new business ideas and the entrepreneurism.
Let's do this!
How to Get Started
Simple steps to start:
Research and find out more about the commercial aviation industry. Here's a fun animated video about the technological history of flight:
Here's a video about the history of one of the most successful airlines in the world, Singapore Airlines:
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What's in the Printable Worksheet Pack
This printable creative design challenge consists of 6 printable worksheets for your students or children to create their new airline. Here's what it consists of:
1 airline branding and marketing sheet.
1 airline flagship airplane design sheet.
1 airline in-flight meal design sheet.
1 airline key route sheet.
1 airline in-flight entertainment categories sheet.
1 airline flight attendant uniform design sheet.
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