Airborne Babies: Luggage Allowances & Infant Premiums
Posted on 30 March 2017 by starttravel.co.uk
Are you planning a first holiday with your infant? Wondering about baggage allowances and surcharges for flying with a baby? Such questions can make an already challenging situation more stressful, but thankfully, starttravel.co.uk has put together all the information you need for a hassle–free flight with your little cherub(s).
Scroll to the bottom to see a list of major airlines and their current baby/infant surcharges.
Travelling Overseas With a Child Whose Surname Is Different to Your Own?
Posted on 19 September 2016 by starttravel.co.uk
Are you planning a trip overseas with a child who has a surname different to your own?
Doing so can be problematic if you aren't prepared. If you are not the child's parent, or if you are but you have a different last name, you may need to present certain documents in order to leave the country.
The UK Border Agency carries out certain checks to prevent children from being abducted.
Beating the Queues at Walt Disney World Florida
Posted on 04 May 2016 by Eric Turner
Eric Turner’s wife doesn’t like queues or crowds, which made Walt Disney World Florida a difficult sell. Eric placated her by hatching a cunning plan to cut the queueing. But did it work?
The Magic Kingdom, Jiminy Cricket's Wishes Fireworks, Space Mountain, Splash Mountain, Buzz Lightyear's Space Ranger Spin: The list of rides and attractions at Walt Disney World is almost overwhelming.
"Disney needs to stop introducing so many characters – there’ll be no room for any new ones." I said this to my wife as we queued up to enter the park and check into our resort with our excited young son.