Flying with a baby for the first time can be intimidating, but don’t let that dissuade you from planning a trip. In reality even a long haul flight with baby is really only a very small portion of your entire trip. And you will get through it. It might seem like an eternity at the time, but once it’s all over it’s time to enjoy your trip.
Flying with a breastfeeding baby for the first time can be stressful! You may be wondering – what do you need to bring for breastfeeding on a plane? What are the rules about bringing a breast pump or breast milk on a plane? What if someone gives you a hard time about breastfeeding your baby on the plane in your seat?
Flying with a baby and entertaining a toddler on a plane are two of the most common questions when it comes to traveling with a baby or toddler. It’s really no wonder since most parents dread the idea of being those people on the plane with the screaming baby or the toddler running up and down the aisles.
Can anyone give me some advice on keeping my 1 year old entertained on a long haul flight?
Sound familiar? Who has planned a trip with a toddler and not gone out seeking advice?
Did you know that most of the world’s major airlines provide extra services for families with babies? These perks may include free advance seat selection, the use of a bassinet, early boarding and much more. Follow the links below to see what perks your favorite airline offers!