The Practical Traveler's Advice For Family Flying

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Read Michelle Higgins' Piece, "Are We There Yet? When Families Fly"

Boarding a flight with kids can be a nightmare for everyone. And as airlines cut back on amenities and pack cabins, flying as a family has grown more and more difficult. Michelle Higgins, the New York Times' Practical Traveler, compiled a list of family-friendly airlines and flying tips.

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