Member since 13 Sep 2013
Total posts 112
I was recently on a flight to London in VS.
Virgin Australia - Velocity Rewards
Member since 01 Mar 2012
Total posts 190
I have seen that happen quite a bit. Half the family in Y and the other in J. Not something I would do but others do it.
Member since 03 May 2017
Total posts 39
Member since 03 May 2012
Total posts 56
Was recently in F to London, and a married couple kept swapping between a F and Y seat. He explained to the crew that they were sharing the care of their baby in Y, and the crew did not bat an eyelid. I did not mind either. Do not think anyone else did.
Member since 04 Apr 2014
Total posts 138
Have seen this many times over the years. American use a seat in row 1 on their trans Pac flights as a rotating flight crew rest seat which is much the same.
Delta Air Lines - SkyMiles
Member since 16 Oct 2017
Total posts 135
Full marks to that couple.
Member since 16 Jul 2018
Total posts 27
We're thinking of doing this: having the baby in Y while the other parent sleeps in J.
Qantas - Qantas Frequent Flyer
Member since 23 Mar 2012
Total posts 67
First world problem. I don't think it's an issue at all.
Air New Zealand - Airpoints
Member since 31 Oct 2016
Total posts 204
Look forward to the days when the kid is old enough to go UM in Y, and you can both fly J...
Member since 21 Jan 2014
Total posts 245
Clever thinking really, as long as they don’t disturb others too much or have to make someone move in they are seated in a 2-2-2 configuration, as others have said it it something I keep in mind when travelling long distances with the children.
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