Quoting Jennybananna:" If you can afford it you want to buy them both a ticket and let them sit in the their car seats on the ... [snip!] ... during nap time. Take a few new toys. Something to play movies on. I fly quite a lot with my kids and its usually pretty easy. "
Quoting Stephanie Onyembi:" Yeah I can definately afford a ticket for both of them, especially with getting our taxes back. But I didn't think it was necessary. Flying is the safest form of travel, it's not like being in a car."If you hit a patch of turbulence your lap child could become a projectile hurting them and other passengers. The FAA highly recommends that all children be restrained on a car seat or booster on the plane.
Quoting Jennybananna:" If you hit a patch of turbulence your lap child could become a projectile hurting them and other passengers. ... [snip!] ... http://intelligenttravel.nationalgeographic.com/2009/11/18/are_lap_children_safe_on_plane/"
Quoting Stephanie Onyembi:" Ok thanks, I obviously need to do a lot more research before we go LOL. I just want it to go as smooth as possible."Its pretty easy just can take a bit longer to get through security. You can take milk and juice through security it just needs extra screening. Usually mine just sleep on the plane.