When you’re about to board an airplane, there are a few types of passengers that you’re most likely crossing your fingers don’t get seated next to you. These usually include someone experiencing airsickness, someone who’s over talkative, or the classic screaming baby.
Have you ever wondered how babies used to fly on airplanes back in the day? The result might surprise you. These images from British Overseas Airways Corporation, that date back to the 1920’s, depict how life was like in the air.
Back in the day, BOAC created “skycots” which were essentially a hanging bed or hammock that attached to the luggage compartment to allow the tiny travelers to stretch out and ride in comfort.