On Board If you are travelling alone with your children try to get on the plane first and off the plane last to get a better chance of assistance from cabin crew.
Airlines will often have a child’s menu and entertainment, simple games, colouring books and so on. As well as a good selection of electronic entertainment such as movies, cartoons and electronic games. It might be not enough to keep you child amused during the flight, make sure that you have in your hand luggage the items that make your child feel more comfortable (his favourite toy, a story, a bottle with his favourite juice, etc.)
The change in cabin pressure during take- off and, in particular, during plane descent can hurt the ears. Swallowing eases the pressure, but the trick is getting your child to swallow at the right time. Encourage your child to eat or drink during take- off and landing to prevent earache.