If it’s been a while since your last flight with your young child, you’ll have one more thing to look forward to as you pass through airport security points within the U.S. Children 12 years and younger are no longer required to remove their shoes. When I think of the absurd moments of travel over the past several years, including the pat-down of my entire family after we’d already cleared security and once being told to remove my infant’s leather booties, it’s nice to know that, well, maybe things are getting a little easier for travelers with young kids.
Though we’d had the new procedure explained to us previously (after I already had all my children’s shoes off), I was delighted to see this silly sign greeting everyone at the Kauai airport. Are you flying soon?
Remember the quick tips for flying with your baby and toddler on the Air Travel help page!
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