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8 Reasons to Fly Frontier Airlines with Kids

Want to know what’s better than affordable flights that enable your family to travel more? FREE flights, that’s what! Children ages 14 and younger can now fly free with Frontier Airlines (with Discount Den membership; restrictions apply). Learn how and discover seven other incredible reasons to fly Frontier Airlines with kids. This story is sponsored […]

Flying with a Baby or Toddler ~ 15 Tried and True Tips

Flying with a baby or toddler and afraid everyone on the plane will hate you? You are not alone. When I’ve given presentations about traveling with children to new parents at events, the most common worry I hear from audience members is being “that parent” on the airplane with the screaming baby. As someone who […]

Airport Security with Kids ~ 9 Tips to Improve Your Family’s Flight Experience

Almost everyone loves to travel, but no one likes going through airport security. (Sorry TSA!) These nine tips for airport security with kids will make your travels smoother so you can get to your destination with your sanity intact. Buckle your safety belt because your family’s going to be all set for take off! 1. Prepare […]

Get Compensation for a Delayed or Canceled Flight with Service App

We’ve all been there…packed up, through security, carry-on stowed and all set for take-off. That’s when an announcement comes over the speaker. There’s a mechanical problem with the plane. They’re investigating. After a wait on the runway, the plane turns around and you’re back in the terminal. Eventually, your flight may even get canceled. Of […]

How to Handle People Who Hate Children on Airplanes

Many airplane passengers can’t stand flying within the same fuselage as children. In a survey of nearly 2,500 individuals by Travelzoo Australia, screaming children were named as the worst aspect of air travel by 67 percent of respondents. Apparently travelers think airplanes should be Zen zones free from the noise, exuberance, and annoyance of children. But […]