Find Out How We Made Travel Easier for Breast Pumping Moms Across the US.
Though you’re allowed to breastfeed anywhere you’d like, the Friendly Airports for Mother’s Act, effective October 5, 2018, stipulates that all mothers traveling for work or pleasure must be provided with clean, private, and comfortable places to express their breastmilk.
We’d like to thank Illinois Senator Tammy Duckworth who referenced Limerick’s research in commissioning the bill and congratulate her on becoming a new mother this year—proving that together, our voices matter.
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Know Your Rights.
Lactation rooms must now
  • Be available to the public
  • Be past security checkpoint
  • Be shielded from view and free from intrusion
  • Have a door that can be locked
  • Include a place to sit, a table or other flat surface, and an electrical outlet
  • Be accessible to and usable by individuals with disabilities, including those who use wheelchairs
  • Not be in a bathroom
To find out where these rooms are located, just pick up any of the white courtesy phones found at most airports or ask for help at the information kiosk.