Flying is usually the start of your holiday so you want to make sure that you start it right and select and airline that is family friendly. Some airlines also offer great services for if children are flying unaccompanied (good to note for future travel to visit other family members).
When you are planning a trip you have lots to think about. Don't leave getting families passports to the last minute. The whole process can take some time so factor that into ensure you receive them in plenty of time.
Are you making these common travelling mistakes? Mistake #2 could save you your sanity while travelling with your kids and Mistake #5 will save you valuable packing space. Make sure you check out the whole list now, so you don't make the same mistakes again.
Take the pressure off yourself by accepting that kids are unpredictable when it come to flying. You can however plan to make them as comfortable as possible. Check out our five tips to help you travel like an experienced frequent flyer and have the best family holiday yet.
As a mother who has managed to take her children on many national and international flights, since the delicate age of 10 days old… and often solo; My Number 1 Tip is simple. Say Yes To People Who Offer Their Help.