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first_imgA top tip when travelling with kids is trying to get flights at the usual time your little one tends to sleep. Planes can be uncomfortable and the bright lights and upright seat will hopefully be unnoticeable if your child is tired. ReturnOne wayMulti-cityFromAdd nearby airports ToAdd nearby airportsDepart14/08/2019Return21/08/2019Cabin Class & Travellers1 adult, EconomyDirect flights onlySearch flights Map Special thanks to Lewis Gourlay, Abby Warrilow (& Mateo). Family travel channel @teo_travels Want more top tips? Check these out for size…Flying with children: 25 top tips for keeping kids happy on boardEverything you need to know about travelling with kids from people who have done it first hand.What liquids can you carry in your hand luggage?No-nonsense guide to what liquids you can carry in your hand luggage when flying to and from UK airports9 luggage accessories for the most organised packing everOrganise your bags like a pro and pack light with these smart, space-saving luggage accessories.Skyscanner is the world’s travel search engine, helping your money go further on flights, hotels and car hire. RelatedBaby on board: Airline luggage allowances and charges for flying with babiesBooking your first family holiday or planning your baby’s first flight? There’s a lot to consider and it can be quite stressful. Different carriers have different rules, and a lot can depend on your chosen route. Let us help you organise your trip and answer some important questions, including: -…Flying with children: 25 top tips for keeping kids happy on boardIt’s summer, and time for the big annual summer holiday! If you’re flying with kids you might be worried about arriving in one piece. What if they act up, or spend the whole flight screaming? What if you land more frazzled than ready for fun? We could say “stuff ’em”…10 tips for flying with kids: secrets of travelling with toddlersHow to keep your kids happy at 30,000 feet: a frequent-flying mum reveals her top tips. The BedBox, in our experience, is worth every penny. If you are travelling long-haul with a toddler it’s a going to work out a lot cheaper than upgrading to business class, for the same comfort (at least for them). center_img Dreaming of your next adventure? Fly away with some of our most popular airlines: Aer LingusBrussels AirlinesKLM But, we know this can be tricky, especially if that flight ‘at the right time’ is a lot more expensive. So how can you make sure your child is as comfortable as possible? Whap out the BedBox by JetKids of course! Built with a maximum weight of up to 35 kg (that’s up to about the age of 11!) and universal fit to most economy seats, it’s the must have travel gadget for kids. When the flight is in cruise mode, remove the lid and reach from the end of the seat to the seat in front, add the (machine washable) mattress that comfortably fits inside and let the little troublemaker relax. We tucked him in with a blanket. We could see him getting tired and before long he had drifted off. 5 hours later he was still asleep.Another great tip when you’re taking the kids travelling is to pack a plane bag. We’re talking toys, colouring books, crayons (you know the drill). Guess what? The BedBox has 20 litre capacity meaning everything you need to take with you can fit inside the portable napping contraption easily, perfect to allow you time to relax. If the BedBox wasn’t making your life easier as it was – it’s on wheels! Yep that’s right, not only can you use it for storage, your kids can hop on it and be wheeled around like the prince and princesses they are (also perfect if you’re carrying about 5 bags already let alone a small human). In the past we had always taken our buggy (stroller) to the gate so hadn’t felt the need for a ‘Trunki’ style ride on suitcase, although had seen many in use. It was a relief to check the buggy in with our baggage and made the security line much more manageable.last_img

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