Prepare them for the flight so they know what to expect and what’s expected of them. If they know that end the end of the flight that they will be on a magical holiday, there’s more chance that they will sit still.
Take snacks. There might be problems taking food from home through customs so you might have to pop into a shop once you’re through security. Eating sweets during take-off and landing can really help with ears popping.
Though most long haul airlines will have TV’s showing movies and TV shows, taking a tablet full of the kid’s favourite shows is always a great idea.
Take activities and games! There are some really great activity packs, books and games out there that are made specifically for flying. This ’50 things to do on a plane’ book has 50 cards with an activity, puzzle or a game on.
Take a Trunki, these fun suitcases are perfect for holidays and are perfect for storing all the games, sweets and activities that the kids will need, plus the kids will love riding on them through the terminal!
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