Air France has added a whimsical twist to its new in-flight cutlery and tableware, with the kids' plastic cutlery set snapping together like a model plane kit.
The "flying cutlery" set is intended as a bit of a distraction for the young ones, although fortunately they don't actually fly.
We say "fortunately" because the last thing we'd want to see on a crowded plane would be dozens of kids launching sharp-pointed plastic airplanes throught the cabin.
This cute concept and the rest of the collection – which is still a little playful in form and colour, rather than being staid – comes from French designer Eugeni Quitllet, who drew his inspiration from aircraft aerodynamics.
For a full gallery of Quitllet's Air France Collection, check out the spread at DesignBoom.com.
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