A recent New York Times article highlights the lack of a universal agreement of what parents can have their children do during a flight.
According to some parents, compassion for those travelling with children vary from flight to flight and depend on whether they’re on the ground or in the air.
So far, no set rules have been established for children during a flight.
How you and your children are treated during a flight really just depends…on the day, time, flight attendant.
Leaves a lot up in the air, so to speak, and some parents feeling anxious about what to expect when they’re traveling with their kids.
If you’ve taken your kids on a plane, were you and your children treated the way you expected to be treated? Do you think there should be more compassion (or even rules!) for parents and children travelling together?
New Rules For Flying With Children [NY Times]