Potential caregivers register what flights they will be on, and parents can choose from there or make their own post seeking a sitter for the flight. Similar to other babysitting websites, like Care.com or SitterCity, potential nannies provide references and, if applicable, previous reviews from others who they've flown with. The site also offers numerous tips for flying with kids, whether you're hiring help for the flight or not. Parents pay a $10 matching fee, as well as an agreed-upon payment for the sitter. The site recommends $20 an hour.
Next time you fly, let somebody else answer the question, “Are we there yet?”