Do I need to take special care of Infants during take-off, landing, and in the air?
posted this on February 7, 2011, 15:27
During take off and landing, bassinets will remain closed. You will have to carry the Infant on your lap. Your baby may cry on take off and landing because of air pressure in the ears as cabin pressure adjusts to the altitude. This is normal. By giving your baby a bottle or breastfeeding at this time, you will help to ease the pressure in his or her ears. We also suggest that you take your own infant meals and snacks if your baby has a special meal requirement.