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Need to Know: Flying Gulf Air with a Baby or Toddler

Need to Know: Flying Gulf Air with a Baby or Toddler

Are you considering flying Gulf Air with a baby or toddler–or any kids under 12? Lucky you! Most of the airlines featured in this Need-to-Know Airlines series so far are here for very specific reasons–the kind of reasons that might be deal-breakers for the family flying with babies or toddlers. In the case of Gulf…

Flying with Infants: Checklist for Getting an Airplane Bassinet
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Flying with Infants: Checklist for Getting an Airplane Bassinet

Flying with infants in airplane bassinets or skycots – If you have an overseas flight with an infant in your future, chances are you’re hoping to take advantage of the airplane bassinets available on some long-haul flights. If so, a few quick words of advice: “Don’t assume anything.” Truth is, it’s a lot easier to…

Cost-Saving Tips for Families Packing Checked Suitcases and Baby Gear

Cost-Saving Tips for Families Packing Checked Suitcases and Baby Gear

Ah, the art of packing checked suitcases for a whole family. Most travelers would agree there is an art to packing, but when you find yourself juggling extra diapers, teddy bears, children’s books, baby-friendly sunblock and insect repellent, a car seat and two extra toddler-size outfits for each day of your vacation–all while a helpful little elf manages to…

One very good reason to fly British Airways with your baby (or lap-held toddler)
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One very good reason to fly British Airways with your baby (or lap-held toddler)

One of the best parts of booking our recent flight to Europe with British Airways was that I was able to take advantage of the British Airways “Britax child seats” I mention in Travels with Baby, which is an option offered in addition to bassinets (a.k.a. “sky cots”) to B.A. travelers flying overseas with a lap child ….