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Traveling with baby

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  1. Anonymous

    hi there. We’re flying delta first class with my son that will be 16 months … which row do you recommend? I’ve heard that row 1 has limited leg room because of the bulk head, but I figured no one in front would be better … just wondering your thoughts. The plane is a 737-800

  2. No Name

    Keep in mind there is no floor storage also in the first row on these planes, plus limited overhead storage.
    [URL]https://www.seatguru.com/airlines/Delta_Airlines/Delta_Airlines_Boeing_737-800_A.php[/URL]

  3. MidSouthSkier

    On the other hand if you’re on the front row behind the galley, you could let him stand up or sit on the floor – or even stretch out on a blanket and you wouldn’t have to worry about hitting your head on the seat in front of you or about the seat in front of you reclining as you bend over to tend to him. Just a thought.

    Just remember to bring stuff for him to suck on during take-off & landing to help equalize his ears!

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