As my regular readers will know, I've written a number of posts over the past while on nursing on airplanes. I wanted to have one easy reference point that pulls all of them together, so here is a quick menu:
When breastfeeding is a safety hazard: Somewhat satirical discussion of an odd breastfeeding policy.
Friendly skies? Not always for breastfeeding mothers: A summary of incidents where mothers have been told to stop breastfeeding, to cover up, have been kicked off of or not allowed on planes for breastfeeding or for carrying breastmilk, or otherwise humiliated for doing what is normal and natural.
Cover up! Airline breastfeeding policies: A post detailing the breastfeeding policies of major airlines and showing that we still have a long way to go. Interestingly my blog stats tell me that people from WestJet and Transport Canada have been checking out the post...not sure if that is a good sign or a bad sign!
Tips for Breastfeeding on a Plane: Based on at least 12 flights with nurslings, I provides some tips for breastfeeding moms to help them prepare for and survive a flight with a nursling, including what to do if a confrontation happens.
Breastfeeding During Take-Off and Landing: Describes the required holding position for take-off and landing and explains how you can breastfeed in that position.