Everything you need to know about travelling with a baby
Infant Age Requirements
If an infant reaches the age of 2 years prior to their return journey, they must pay the applicable adult fare, taxes, fees and charges for that flight, please contact our call centre to book.
How to book an infant
There is no checked baggage allowance for infants seated on an adult’s lap.
There are baby changing facilities onboard located at the rear of the aircraft. Cabin crew can warm baby bottles if required.
You can carry 2 items of baby equipment free of charge per child (1 pushchair + car seat, booster seat or travel cot)
- Children's pushchairs can be used up to the aircraft steps and after landing the pushchair will be available at the aircraft steps (provided local conditions permit this). Please remember to ensure that your pushchair is tagged at the baggage drop desk or at the boarding gate.
- Car seat
- You can bring a car seat onboard for use by an infant or child as long as it is approved for aircraft use and has a 5 point harness. If you are using a car seat for an infant under 2 you will need to purchase a separate seat for them.
At the Airport
On arrival at the airport, 2 free items of baby equipment can be tagged for travel at a Bag Drop Desk, which close 40 minutes before the scheduled flight departure time.
Other items of baby equipment in addition to the 2 free items can be checked-in upon payment of an Infant/Child Equipment fee(maximum weight 20 kgs).
Seating Information for Babies
Adding a car seat for a baby or child over 2 years
- Infant (8 days - 23 months)
To use a car seat for a baby on-board, you must purchase a separate seat for them.
To make this booking, you will need to contact our call Centre and our agent will make the booking for all passengers, add the car seat details and allocate a suitable seat onboard. Website discounts will be offered for this booking.
- Children 2 years and up
- If a car seat is being used onboard for a child over 2 years then the booking for all passengers can be made on our website, but you will need to contact us to add the car seat details and allocate a suitable seat onboard.
The car seat must meet certain criteria:
- The car seat must be forward facing, fit in the 42.5 cm (16.8 inches) space between the armrests of an aircraft seat.
The car seat must be certified for use onboard:
- European car seat must have a CE sticker and "Certified for use on aircraft" printed on it.
- American car seat must have a FAA sticker and "Certified for use on aircraft” printed on it.