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Game on: kids in business class

Business class is out of reach of most travellers, and I had to hit my third decade before experiencing the delicious sensation of turning left on the plane.Some, however, are far luckier.

Recently, my seven-year-old daughter put Etihad Airways' business class to the test en route to Abu Dhabi.

We've flown Etihad many times before, we've been scarred by its kids meals, most notably a long-haul economy nightmare of reoccurring cheese macaroni and UHT banana milk that comprises the kids menu – with no water served with their meals. I've ranted about it in the past - why load children up with a tray full of sugar, then complain when they turn into sugar-fuelled screeching monsters?

This time, in business, it's a whole different ball game...

To read the full story on the Sydney Morning Herald and The Age's Traveller website, click here

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