This Before You Fly section covers a lot of detail on flying with kids. Expect packing guides; best travel toys and apps for all ages; how to order baby supplies to collect at the airport; tips on breastfeeding; sterilising when travelling; pre-requesting baby and child meals, car seats and child restraints, courtesy strollers, flying solo with kids, flying with twins or a baby and toddler and more!

Tips For Flying With A Toddler

Tips For Flying With A Toddler  Travelling with a toddler on a plane is the trickiest stage, definitely harder than traveling with an infant.  Flying with a baby was definitely easier in comparison (the younger the better.) Once they start to crawl and toddle –  travel gets a little bit more complicated. My youngest decided…

American Airlines Stroller Policy

American Airlines Stroller Policy American Airlines, like all airlines allow strollers onto the flight. Below you will find their latest policy on strollers and travel systems. American Airlines Stroller Rules Carry- on and Checked Baggage Each ticketed customer is allowed 1 stroller and 1 car seat to be checked free of charge. If you have…

Tips For Flying With Breast Milk

Tips For Flying With Breast Milk   How to Travel With Breast Milk On A Plane Transporting breast milk can be made easier with a bit of knowledge and understanding of airport policies. Air travel with breast milk usually requires dry ice (a dangerous good) to keep it frozen.  However, flying with frozen breast milk is still…