What are the best airport tips when traveling with kids?
Children who have been taught from a very early age to be civil and patient in all public spaces such as malls, stores, restaurants, etc. will have no trouble adapting to airport - and even airplane - behavior.
Even so, children can get restless if they're wide awake with nothing to do. So rather than sitting them down in the waiting/boarding area, walk them up and down the main hallway until it's time to queue up for boarding; only sit when necessary. Have each carry a very small bag or backpack containing something to amuse them that doesn't involve lots of small, messy pieces (no coloring books) so they will be eager to sit still for a while. Do not permit running, romping or yelling - but if you raised them right, those won't be problems.
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