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Airport Regulations while Travelling with Children and Babies

Posted on June 24, 2011 | Travel TipsNo Comment

If you are flying with your child, you need to explain certain things to the little one and as a parent you will have to be careful about the flying regulations. In this article we’ll discuss about airport etiquettes while traveling with an infant or child.

1.  If it is the first flight you child is boarding, explain to him what he will be experiencing during the air travel.

2.  If the airport houses family lane, you must use it while traveling with kids. Majority of the airports in the United States possess family lanes. These family lanes come with additional features that help the families in gathering their belongings. In most family lanes, there will also be some extra space for allowing the children to put on their shoes.

3.  Make sure you ID and tickets are kept in a place from where you can get them easily. However, infants and children don’t need carry IDs for boarding domestic flights in the US.

4.  If you have your baby with you while boarding the flight, the easiest way of getting through security is keeping the infant in metal-free slings. This will allow the baby to sleep without any disturbance as you will not need to take him out of the sling. However, before the flight takes off, you will need to take out the baby from his sling.

5.  Currently, a number of airports house a separate play area for the children. If you are not in any of those airports, you can allow your little one to use the vacant gate area that most of the airports have as the play zone. You may be tired after the security checking procedures, but you must keep the child engaged in activities as he will have to stay seated during the entire flight.

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