Travelling with kids no doubt, is the trend now because summer holidays have truly begun. If you’re flying with kids you might be worried about arriving in one piece. What if they act up, or spend the whole flight screaming? What if you land more frazzled than ready for fun? Well, don’t worry about people who tut and sigh, because we know it’s not that easy.
Here are the top four tips for keeping kids happy on the airplane;
1. UNDERSTANDING AIRLINE CHARGES AND REGULATIONS:
If you’ve ever looked into flying with babies or kids this holiday, you’ll know that there are so many variations in the charges and regulations involved with taking your baby on a flight. Different airlines have different rules. Some charge for one thing; while with another it’s free.
2. WRITING NOTES FOR FELLOW PASSENGERS:
Also, if you are worried the other passengers on your flight are going to hate you if your child screams all the way to Dubai or enjoys a penchant for kicking the back of the seat in front, why not follow the example of the parents who handed out bags of sweets to fellow passengers on their flight or pen them a message of apology in advance.
3. GETTING WET WIPES AND PULL UPS:
Pack some spare clothes for them and for you. Keep some emergency pull-ups. You can never have too many wet wipes! That way if there are delays or you’re in a plane that’s stuck on the runway for ages, you won’t be panicking or spending a whole flight smelling less than fresh after an accident or unexpected illness. You almost certainly won’t need it, but it would make you feel much more relaxed.
4. KEEP IT SIMPLE:
A game can keep kids occupied and make the journey fly by, but you don’t want to be carrying lots of equipment to make it work. So keep it simple. Easy games like I-Spy are the best. Get ideas for more simple, cost-free, games you can play with the kids on your next journey.
Travelling with kids would be less challenging, abiding by these tips!
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