After discharge. Working on a Navy base overseas I routinely discharged babies to the airport van.They flew back to the states for a month or two before returning. They travel better then than as a toddler. As long as they are healthy babies, I see no reason to limit their travel.
6 weeks. you need at least 6 weeks to allow travel.
Depends on situation. During a stint in the military, i routeinly discharged newborns that traveled to the airport for a flight back to the us for their first month or two before returning to japan. They traveled better than most toddlers or older kids.Considerations such as infectious exposure in transit, risk at the destination ; availability of health care factor in. Live life but plan ahead to protect baby. Read more...