Prepare your trip
Travel with infants
An infant between 7 days and 2 years old can travel accompanied by an adult without rights to a seat or checked luggage.
There is a charge that will allow you to document and transport, without additional costs, one of the following items in addition to your carryon luggage and personal article:
* Must be within the permitted volume and weight.
The charge for this service is:
* Taxes included.
Note: 1. If you purchased a round trip ticket and the infant turns 2 years old during the trip, you must purchase the infant service on the departure flight and pay for an adult ticket on the return flight
2. If you would like your baby to travel with a baby seat, you should purchase an adult ticket. Only baby seats approved by the FAA (Federal Aviation Administration) will be permitted in the cabin.
Security. In the case that:
Your baby will not be travelling in a baby seat, you must keep the baby on your lap during the flight.
You are travelling with two babies: One can travel on your lap, and the other must have a ticket which includes drink and food services as well as documented luggage. For security purposes and due to the number of supplemented oxygen masks, only four people per row are allowed.
Identification: Be sure to bring identification for your baby. It can be either a birth certificate or vaccination card.
For the comfort of the baby, we suggest that the accompanying adult bring all of the food and care items necessary in their carryon baggage.
ID: Be sure to bring your child identify. This can be a birth certificate or vaccination card.
For the convenience of the infant, suggest that the adult accompanying bring all food and items needed for care in their carry on luggage.
If you require any special attention, please inform a flight attendant.