Peter Greenberg, who wrote "Nursery at 25,000 Feet" (Jan. 29), needs to do a lot more homework before writing another such article. First, you cannot compare a domestic deregulated airline with a government supported international foreign carrier.
If the mothers would like to have all this help, they and everyone else should be prepared to pay two or three times the cost of their tickets to pay for the personnel that would be involved. Two, the size of the aircraft dictates the space for conveniences such as fold-out changing tables. Contrary to Greenberg's statement regarding U.S. carriers, Continental for one, has bassinets that can be attached to bulkheads on all its DC-10s.