Each airline, each country, had a slightly different policy about lap babies, who fly at 10 percent the cost of an adult ticket for international trips (and free domestically). Some offered seatbelt extensions that you looped around your own seat belt but most didn't. On long international flights, some airlines have attachable bassinets available in bulkhead rows. They're only for infants but we used one for our daughter and it was great.
But is it dangerous? I can see why a lap baby might get hurt in roller coaster turbulenceRead More »from Are “Lap Babies” Safe Enough on Airplanes?