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What should and should not be done when traveling with a baby?
In travel, survival of the fittest. Other passengers are unlikely to be happy for you when you spend half an hour putting out all the baby accessories for inspection or occupying all the shelves in the plane - and do not have to be happy if your child wants to pull their hair or cry the entire flight. Here are a few tips to reduce flight stress.
What should you do?
- Get on the plane first. It is always best to board first so that you can place all your belongings comfortably before the shelves are full.
- Ask for a seat by the partition. Ask for space by the partition - it never hurts to have extra space.
- Give your baby a bottle on takeoff and landing. Because sucking will help avoid ear congestion, we recommend you give your baby a bottle on takeoff and landing.
What should you not do?
1. Go to the airport without checking whether your flight is delayed. We advise you not to go to the airport if you have not checked whether your flight is delayed. It can cause a lot of problems.
As for the road to the airport, we have one good tip for you. If you get to the airport by car, you're probably racking your brains with the following question: where can I leave it? Of course, there is a solution - you can always leave your car in the parking lot, which is located right at the airport. But you can be a little bit disappointed - the prices for such parking are often too high. What can you do?
If you are looking for economy parking, you are in the right place. We advise you to pay attention to those parking lots near the airport you need, not on its territory. The thing is that the prices for these parking spaces are much lower. And if you are worried because you do not know how to get from the parking to the airport, then again, there is a way out - you just need to order a shuttle for the time you want.
All about the best airport parking deals and airport parking rates you can find out more on our website.
2. Take a gangway seat. It is better not to take a gangway seat because it is dangerous for small and curious hands and restless feet to pass the food tray to the passenger at the window.
3. Sit while other passengers are boarding. Children are calmer on takeoff if they have not had to sit for half an hour before. When you have put all your things in the overhead and under-seat shelves, walk your baby to the plane's back while the other passengers are boarding.