Airlines' varying approaches to breastfeeding on planes raise questions about policies and passenger experiences.

Is it time for airlines to take a stand on breast-feeding?

When Martin Madrid got his seat assignments on a Delta Air Lines flight from Minneapolis to Orlando, he spotted a problem: Even though the airline knew that he and his wife were flying with a 4-year-old and an infant — you have to tell the airline your birth date when you book tickets — the couple had been assigned seats a few rows apart.