Few things are as annoying as spending your five-hour flights sitting right in front of a child who keeps kicking the back of your seat. This frequent (and annoying) behavior makes it tough to get anything done, or even nap, during your flight. There are a few solutions, all of which might just work, as long as you keep your cool. Losing your temper and snapping at the child – or his or her parents – will just make things worse. 1) Turn around and nicely ask the child to stop
The upside to a long flight is a lack of connecting flights. You won’t have to worry about deplaning from one flight and having to rush through a crowded airport to make your connecting one. However, the downside is having to sit for a long period of time on an airplane. This can get boring, especially on flights that last for over 14 hours. Come Mentally Prepared You’ll be on the plane for a long period of time, so you need to be ready for what’s to come. The proper mindset
Let’s be honest here, traveling with kids can be challenging. It isn’t easy to keep them entertained or under control, especially when they’re in a new place and off of their usual schedules. This is why family friendly airports are so important. They have activities to keep kids entertained, and areas for them to roam. Here are our top favorite family friendly airports across the world.
Copenhagen, Denmark The Copenhagen airport not only has large spaces for kids to roam an