Airports and nursing do not always go hand in hand. I remember picking my husband up at baggage claim recently, I had “cleverly” planned to arrive early so I could breastfeed our son before he landed. Except there were no nursing or lactation facilities nearby. So, like many women, I found myself in a bathroom stall – feeling both uncomfortable and unsanitary, and kicking myself for not having packed my nursing cover. (I’m not a whip it out anywhere kind of gal.)
Thankfully, Limerick Inc. realized that women need to travel for work (and/or leisure,) and have compiled an incredibly helpful list of the United States’ Top 100 Airports and their lactation facilities. No more wondering where to pump in private while on the go!
Scroll down to find your airport in the alphabetical listing, or download the PDF via the link below for future reference.
Limerick realizes that a business trip can be one of the biggest challenges for a working breastfeeding mother. We surveyed the top 100 most traveled airports in the United States to determine what accommodations airports offer the traveling working breast pumping mother.