Flying with Multiples

FLYING WITH INFANT MULTIPLES

Posted on July 27, 2017. Filed under: Flying with Multiples, Quadruplets, Triplets, Uncategorized | Tags: , , , , , |

If you are thinking of travelling with your babies, be sure and find out from each airline you are using if you need an adult PER child.  For Air Canada, parents with children under two years of age, parents need to have ONE ADULT PER CHILD FOR EACH FLIGHT TAKEN.  If you have twins and a toddler, triplets or quads, you will also need one adult per child.  When making your flight arrangements, make sure the booking agent hears you correctly, as in say it several times, “We will be travelling with triplet babies.”  As parents we can do the right thing and state our situation, but the receiver is “not of our world” and may only hear “baby.”  You want to make sure that you are not turned away at the boarding gate.  This happened to one of our local families flying Ottawa to Vancouver for Christmas Holidays and they did not make the flight as they were down one adult.

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