What about those with lap infants who can't check in ahead of time to get an A boarding pass with the rest of their family? We relied on preboarding because we already had to get to the airport so early just to wait in line and fill out the lap child paperwork. At least after all those other lines we got to have time to get settled with our little ones. It has been my experience that by the time you get through the lines at the ticket counters with a lap infant, you are almost always a "Group C" boarder. I'm going to have to reconsider Southwest as my preferred airline if the lap infant policy isn't addressed.
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