Flying with children

Even for us fully-fledged adulty-type travellers, flying isn’t always the best part of a holiday. The busy commute to the airport, followed by a mobbed check-in desk and a never-ending line to get through security that culminates in an uncomfy middle seat when you finally manage to get on the plane, would leave even the most level-headed and placed amongst us feeling just a little bit irate. So just imagine what it is like for children.

Whether you’re a parent daunted by the prospect of taking your children on their first ever holiday or a solo traveller who can’t hack the sound of a baby crying, this infographic will provide you with some handy tips for you (and any infant fliers) to get through the journey in one piece…


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