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To ease up the tension parents face when flying on a plane with their littles, the Federal Aviation Administration passed a bill stating parents are allowed to sit with their children on a flight without being charged an arm and a leg. The new ruling requires the transportation secretary to establish a policy allowing children under age 13, “to be seated in a seat adjacent to the seat of an accompanying family member over the age of 13” at no additional cost to the family. An additional perk: airlines will also refund “any ancillary fees” if your checked luggage is delivered more than 12 hours after your domestic flight arrives, or 15 hours for an international flight. #SmallParentingWins
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