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COVID-19: Booking and travel advice
What you need to know before you travel; from entry requirements to testing and ticket flexibility. Find out more

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Infant and child seating

Car seats and seat locations.

Comfort and Safety

If you wish for your infant to travel in their own seat during the flight, you will need to provide a car seat or a carry cot. Please bear in mind the following conditions:

  • We only allow seats that have been approved by the EASA (European Aviation Safety Agency) for use on the aircraft. The manufacturer should be able to provide you with this information. More information can be found on the EASA website
  • The age/weight range of the child must be in accordance with the manufacturer's instructions.
  • The width across the car seat should be no more than 45cm (18 inches).
  • Only front facing seats can be used.
  • The car seat must remain in position for the duration of the flight.
  • The aircraft seatbelt buckle must not lie over any part of the frame or under the structure of the car seat after tightening.
  • The frame of the car seat must be either metal or plastic/polycarbonate material.
  • Where possible, car seats should be secured into a passenger seat next to a window.
  • The car seat must not be placed before, after or on an emergency exit row.
  • The car seat harness must secure the lap, torso and crotch, but does not need to have five individual straps.
  • If you have your own AmSafe Child Aviation Restraint System, you can use this on board for infants and children who weigh between 10-20kg.

Please note: Two part car seats, (a seat and separate base) are not suitable for use on aircraft seats.