Who says you can’t travel on airplanes after you have children? My two, 7 and 4, have lived on four continents and been to about a dozen countries, collecting enough frequent flier points to go to the moon and back. Traveling is part and parcel of our diplomatic life, and the following is my hard-earned advice on flying with little ones.
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The ups and downs of flying with kids
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