Published On: Tue, Oct 16th, 2018

All Major US Airports Now Required To Have Nursing Rooms For Breastfeeding Mothers

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Commercial airports in the United States are now required to provide nursing rooms in accordance with the Friendly Airports for Mothers Act (FAM) of 2017, USA Today reported. The act was part of the five-year reauthorization of the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) signed by President Trump on October 5.

While many airports already provide areas for nursing mothers, they were added “at their own discretion.” Now, however, they are required to be provided at each terminal in all large- and medium-sized airports.

The rooms, known as mother’s rooms, nursing pods or breastfeeding stations, are designed to give moms an area to breastfeed a child or pump breast milk.

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All Major US Airports Now Required To Have Nursing Rooms For Breastfeeding Mothers