Here at Flying With Kids, we are devoted to doling out all kinds of helpful advice about, well, flying with kids. We are committed to making an admittedly stressful situation go as smoothly as possible for parents and children alike. But what about airport and airline staff, especially flight attendants? They have undoubtedly seen it all and have some unique insight into the dos and don’ts of traveling with little ones. One such flight attendant, Heather Poole, has written a bestselling book all about the trials, tribulations and turbulence of her career entitled Cruising Altitude: Tales of Crashpads, Crew Drama and Crazy Passengers at 35,000 Feet gives parents 5 excellent tips in this fascinating and helpful blog post by well-traveled writer and mom Sascha Zuger, originally published in Parade magazine’s Community Table blog back in November 2013. Check out the whole article- perhaps you will have a less turbulent flight with your tiny passengers if you follow Ms. Poole’s helpful hints!
When it’s your first time traveling as a family, it’s easy to get anxiety thinking about all the things that could go wrong. With a little knowledge, preparation, and the right tools we know you can get through it with your sanity intact.
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