Speaking to The Telegraph, Pitt claimed that travelling as a unit helps to promote the importance of family to their six children.
"The kids may not understand the places they see at this early age, but I know it's seeping into their consciousness," he said.
"We move quite well, and I don't think it's taking its toll. We have to think about schooling, though, and we're in an international programme, so wherever we go it's the same curriculum."
When asked how six-month-old twins Knox and Vivienne are fitting into the family, he replied: "It's just double the fun. It's surprising how soon their personalities have started emerging.
"But it's really important that everyone gets their individual time as well as group time together."
Pitt and Jolie are also parents to seven-year-old Maddox, five-year-old Pax, three-year-old Zahara and Shiloh, two.