Our #babybrowne babymoon was one of the most memorable experiences for us. We flew with Air France and couldn’t have been more delighted with the experience. I was 25 weeks along at the time which, if your OB agrees, should be fine to fly at this stage. I believe anytime before 36 weeks is approved to fly with most airlines (double check this with your carrier) as long as you are not a high-risk pregnancy (again, always check with your OB).

Our departing flight from JFK was in the evening, so we were able to have dinner in the Air France lounge (one of my fav lounges). Once we boarded, I was treated to a large bottle of water & extra pillows – thank you! The staff was very attentive and helpful throughout the trip. Definitely recommend eating dinner in the AF lounge if you have a later flight, that way you can sleep on the plane.

Our trip back to New York was extra fabulush! We had breakfast in the Air France lounge in Paris (definitely a HUGE fav), where they had wifi access, food buffet stations, decaf espresso!, a nursing station, a napping room, beauty lounge & more. This was my ultimate lounge spot – I could definitely see myself working here while traveling.

Since we had some time before our flight, we decided to make a quick trip into Paris – via train. I’m not a train girl, but their transit system was efficient & pregnancy-friendly. In fact the entire airport was well accommodating for expectant moms.

From being ushered to the front of the security line, to the head of boarding, it was an absolute pleasure flying with Air France. Thank you & looking forward to our next trip!

Here are more helpful tips from Air France for flying while pregnant. And more from our trip, visit @amychandrabrowne & @midtowngirlnyc IG’s.

My ‘Air France’ outfits here:

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