Flying Together With Your Children Keeps Getting Tougher

“If you’re traveling with a 4-year-old, it’s not a convenience to have seats together. It’s a necessity,” says Rainer Jenss, president of the Family Travel Association. "If you’re forced to pay a premium because you’re traveling with a child, it’s discrimination.” Charging young families to pay for the privilege of sitting with their children and separating them when they don't represents just the latest in Big Air malfeasance.