Date: April 10, 2015

“In November 2014, a study to determine which U.S. airports offered the minimum requirements for a breast-pumping mother (a private space with a chair, table and electrical outlets — other than a bathroom) showed that while 62 out of the 100 airports reported being “breastfeeding-friendly,” only eight of the airports surveyed provided private lactation rooms that met the minimum requirements.”

On the heels of breast milk and airports getting a lot of chatter because of Alyssa Milano’s recent Heathrow experience, it got us thinking about airport breastfeeding/milk transport issues. Check and see if your local airport made the cut to being considered “breastfeeding-friendly.”

Continue reading original USA TODAY article here.