A FLIGHT flight attendant has revealed the best ways to help kids travel as comfortably as possible.
Laura Hannah, who has worked for Emirates for six years, also explains some The biggest mistakes parents make.
Her top tip is to book flights to accommodate the posing routine with the kids.
“Don’t choose a late-night departure or an overnight flight because you think your baby will sleep through,” she explains.
“They might not have all the excitement and buzz, and you’d be doubly exhausted.
“Try to plan flight departures to accommodate mealtimes or naps as this can help reduce the risk of a public tantrum.
“And Try to make sure your child gets enough sleep for the morning flights, to avoid any insomnia. “
She also recommends always choosing chairs with partitions – so you can place small children in small chairs, as well as place a child closer to the bathroom for any quick moments needed. .
Laura says choosing when to board the plane can also depend on the kids.
Boarding first – which many airlines offer for families – can help relieve the stress of having to check in before the plane is full, but boarding last can make it impossible for children to stay on board. planes longer than they need.
One thing she said to always do? Make the most of the crew.
Laura says: “The flight attendants are always there to make your flight as enjoyable as possible.
“They can help warm up bottles, keep baby food in the fridge, provide activities, organize meals until it’s convenient, and maybe even sneak a glass of wine for you later.” when your baby is finally asleep.”
And after landing, don’t rush off the plane – not only is it much easier to check you’ve packed everything when the plane is empty, but most airports have family lanes, so you can still go through security.
Don’t want to travel with kids? Thankfully there’s an airline for that, Infants are prohibited in aircraft parts.
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