Travelling with an infant?


If you're planning to travel with an infant, there are a few important things to keep in mind. Here's what you need to know:

One infant under two years of age can be included for each adult. If you're traveling with more than one infant or want to book a seat for your infant, you'll need to book this as a child, which will provide them with their own seat.

Infants under two years of age does not require a separate boarding pass. When infants under two years of age have their own seat, they require their own boarding pass. Issues with online check-in can be resolved by checking in at the airport at least two hours before your flight at the airport.

Your infant can sit on your lap for the entire flight, and you'll be provided with a special seat belt that connects to your own. However, if you're nursing your infant or traveling with a child, you won't be able to sit in an exit row or extra legroom seat. Please note that an infant fee applies.

Please note that for your infant to be considered an "infant in arms," they must be under two years old on the return flight. In case you want to buy a separate seat for your infant, they must be able to sit up unassisted. If unable to sit up unassisted, you need to book your infant as a child, which can be done through our website. Kindly note that this option cannot be altered after you have made the booking.

Children aged two years or older must have their own allocated seat for safety reasons, so you'll need to purchase a fare for them. Additionally, passengers must be at least 16 years old to sit in exit rows or extra legroom seats.

If you are traveling with an infant, you are allowed to bring either a car seat or a stroller without any additional charge. Moreover, you don't have to pay any fee for oversized items for these items.

Please note that the infant fee applies per infant, per flight, whether it's a direct flight or a booking with connecting flights. Check out our optional service fees for more information regarding the infant fee.