I’ve been flying with my girls since they were six weeks old. Starting them young has helped them to be comfortable and happy flyers.
They really are a joy to fly with and I’ve only had one stressful moment with them.
Kalyra was 2 years old, and tired on our 6am flight and refused to put her seat belt on for takeoff. We calmed her down pretty fast. Luckily it was mostly business travelers preparing for their morning meetings and not trying to sleep.
Sometimes flying with kids can be horrible if:
- there is nothing to entertain them
- if they are hungry and tired
- if there are no fun and unique surprises (and that can simply be a small screen in front of their seat)
- or they are uncomfortable.
How to Survive an International Flight with kids
We’re sharing these tips in sponsorship with , a very .
Qatar Airways recently won ‘Airline of the Year’ by the prestigious 2017 Skytrax World Airline Awards, which was held at the Paris Air Show.
With our flying with kid’s tips, we’ll share how Qatar Airways helps to keep children engaged, comfortable and entertained on an international flight.