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In general, doctors recommend you wait to fly until your baby's immune system is better developed. This could be as soon as one month for full-term infants, though most doctors recommend anywhere between three months and six months.

Technically, most airlines need you to show proof of age for your lap babe. This could embody a certification, passport or typically hospital or immunisation records. In reality, most airlines won't raise you for that info unless your baby  looks like a toddler who could be past that second birthday.


Do babies ears hurt when flying?

For kids (especially babies and young children), it can feel especially odd and even be scary at first. But it's a common, normal part of flying. This sometimes uncomfortable sensation is related to pressure changes in the air space behind the eardrum (the middle ear).

While the noisy environment of a plane leads some passengers to wear ear protection, including ear muffs and ear plugs, all babies should wear ear muffs to protect them from the pain and damage that flying can potentially cause.

Planning a getaway with a baby in tow are often feverish however if planned right, and well beforehand, will build all the distinction between a well dead trip and one that would leave you needing another!

If this is your first holiday with your baby, you might not be too sure about what you need (or you’re possibly too sleep-deprived to think about it!) to pack and how to best prepare.

Whether you’re traveling by car or plane, we’ve got you covered. This baby travel checklist should help you remember all the important stuff when travelling with your baby:

First-aid kit: Pack your baby’s first-aid essentials including the thermometer, baby paracetamol, colic drops, teething medication, plus any emergency contact numbers and health insurance details.

Swim nappies: You might be able to buy them at your destination, but they could be hard to find, so it’s good to have your own supply if you plan to be in the pool or at the beach.

Travel cot:  If your accommodation doesn’t supply one, you might have to bring your own. It doubles up as a playpen as well.

Blanket: Even if it’s warm where you’re going, a blanket that smells like home might be comforting. You might also end up going for strolls early in the morning or late evenings when it’s cooler (to get your baby to sleep!)

Breastfeeding accessories: Take your nursing comfort balm, a wrap if you would like privacy for you and bub (especially if they get distracted easily), particularly in busy places like airports on flights.

Bottled milk:  Pack your bottles, teats, a small bottle of dishwashing detergent, bottle brush, bottle warmer if you use one, and any sterilising equipment. Take enough expressed milk or formula for the journey, plus extra for delays or emergencies.

Toiletries: Pack your usual bath wash, creams, bath toys, sponge, shampoo, toothbrush, and hairbrush.

Sun hats: Pack more than one in case it gets lost.

What can I give my baby to sleep on a plane?

Consider using your toddler's car seat on the plane. Even if they are over two-years-old, they may feel more safe and comfortable (and likely to sleep). No sugary drinks or snacks. Consider something containing oatmeal and milk as a bedtime snack.

Traveling with an infant on a plane gives you the option for them to fly as a lap baby, or if you purchase a seat, to fly in their car seat. Some babies love traveling by car, with an infant, be sure to have an adult sit next to the baby to make sure they are safe and comfortable. The best age to take a baby on holiday is definitely 3-6 months. The blissful long stroller walks! 

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