Ten tips for a baby’s first flight

Baby's first flightLife as an expat tends to mean that airports become your second home. With CK and BB both born in Switzerland and family in the UK desperate to meet them, they first flew at five months and at nine weeks respectively, and many more times since.

Regular readers will know that flights with children are not exactly something I relish but based on my experience (mostly from doing things wrong), I’ve put together my top ten tips for a baby’s first flight. You can read the full article here on the Kiddicare blog, from basics like making sure your baby has a passport to what you’re entitled to take in your hand luggage to keep your baby fed and watered.

Do let me know if you have any additional tips. All advice is greatly appreciated.

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