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    Are you allowed to? We have friends with twins and the airline wouldn't let her fly alone, she had to have another adult. But maybe that's just with twins or certain airlines?

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    Also, Etihad and Emirates have sky nannies.

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    you wouldn't be allowed to fly with 2 under 2yo. But 1 under 2 and 1 over 2 is fine.

    Never heard of fly nannies!! Will look it up thanks

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    Sorry to but in but you can fly with 2 under 2 with some airlines. Not sure which but I will find out. The flight staff hold the second child for landing/takeoff.

    wifey of hubby who is always away. mother of two girls who are always amusing.

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    I would do it, it is basically one day of "possible" hell to spend a extra 10 days in Europe and that seems like a good trade especially as you might not have any problems. I would just try and find a flight that fits in well with your 2.5 year olds sleep schedule and stock up on whatever activities you would use to keep him entertained on a long car trip.

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    I think you can also have two under two on some airlines if one of them is in a car seat.

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