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AirAsia X Introduces Kids Free Zone

Not long ago Malaysia Airlines forbid children from being seated in the upper deck of their Boeing 747s and Airbus A380 flights flying between its hub at Kuala Lumpur International Airport and London’s Heathrow Airport.  Many airlines unofficially discourage children from flying in premium cabins and RyanAir has long since threatened to launch kid free…

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Flying Near A Crying Baby? DEAL WITH IT! – Revisited

Today I planned to write about a very different topic, but somewhere early this morning I got side tracked by an unrelated conversation with a friend that got me thinking about flying with babies (no, I am not having a baby … I’ve already have three kids, currently aged 5, 7 and 12). As I…

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When Turbulence Strikes … Don’t Panic, Go With It

The topic of turbulence and the anxiety surrounding an airplane bouncing around seems to come up often.   For some people turbulence, no matter how minor, causes instant panic, for others, no matter how severe it doesn’t bother them at all.   For those who have anxiety there are a few things to keep in mind…

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Guest Post : Top Five Tips For Flying With An Infant

Today’s post on Flying With Fish is a guest post from Jasmine Decarie, author of Jasmine, a marketing professional,  communicator, airline travel junkie,  runner (why do people run voluntarily?) and last but certainly not least … a Mom … offers up some great tips on flying with an infant.   There are lots of…

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