Gatwick Airport has revealed new efforts to ensure the travel hub is as suitable for young children and their parents as possible.
The UK travel hub has joined the new Family Friendly scheme from the Family and Parenting Institute and plans to carry out a number of projects to honour its commitment.
Such initiatives include trialling airside prams for mums and dads with toddlers, potential discounted catering and retail deals for families and transformed baby changing facilities.
Games for kids between five and 11 years old will be provided in both the North and South terminals to keep youngsters occupied while waiting for their flight.
Chief executive of the travel centre Stewart Wingate asserted: "Millions of families choose to travel through Gatwick Airport every year. We realise that travelling with children can be stressful, so we're going out of our way to make their journey through the airport more enjoyable."
Parents with toddlers and babies especially may find driving to the airport and parking there proves useful, negating the need to haul prams and baby items on to public transport.
Gatwick Airport offers short, long-stay and valet parking.