10 TRAVEL HACKS: HOW TO SURVIVE FLIGHTS WITH YOUNG KIDS

10 TRAVEL HACKS: HOW TO SURVIVE FLIGHTS WITH YOUNG KIDS

Traveling with small kids in no picnic. I spoke to U.S. News & World Report about hacks to make airline flights more tolerable. One of my favorite maxims is that, to parents, “spontaneity is the devil.” This is especially translates into packing, snacks, entertainment and tantrum busting. Here are the topics discussed:

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  • Pack¬†Smart
  • Prepare for Boredom
  • Use Bribery
  • Get The Kids Involved
  • Pick The Right Seats
  • Factor In Delays
  • Get TSA Precheck
  • Be Tech Savvy
  • Nip Tantrums in The Bud
  • Bring Extra Food & Activities

 

Amy Tara Koch
Amy Tara Koch
amy@amytarakoch.com

Amy Tara Koch is an author, journalist and television personality. Amy has appeared on CNN, Today, Steve Harvey, Access Hollywood, FOX and the CBS Early Show. Koch is a family travel expert for The New York Times and Travel + Leisure and contributes to The New York Times, T+L, Food & Wine, Marie Claire, Huffington Post, Chicago Sun-Times, Town & Country, Departures, American Way and Mandarin Oriental Magazine.