Traveling With An Infant On A Plane
Book your seats wisely:
If your baby is less than 6 months old, it's recommended to book a bassinet seat, which provides a small bed for your baby to sleep in during the flight. Alternatively, you can book a bulkhead seat with extra legroom, which provides more space for you to change diapers and for your baby to play.
Pack all the necessary items for your baby, such as diapers, wipes, formula or breast milk, and baby food. It's also a good idea to bring some toys and books to keep your baby entertained during the flight.
Check Airline Policies:
Make sure to check the airline's policy regarding traveling with infants, such as the maximum weight and size of carry-on bags and strollers, and whether they provide baby food or diapers on the flight.
Be Prepared For Takeoff And Landing:
During takeoff and landing, the change in air pressure can be uncomfortable for babies, so it's recommended to feed or give them a pacifier to help ease the pressure.
Be considerate to other passengers:
Try to keep your baby calm and avoid disturbing other passengers. You can bring earplugs or noise-cancelling headphones to block out the noise.
Ask For Help:
Don't hesitate to ask for help from flight attendants or other passengers if you need assistance during the flight.