go! Infants Policy

Infants younger than 3 days old are not permitted to fly. Infants between 3 and 14 days old must have written approval from their attending physician to travel.

Do I need to reserve a seat for my infant?

A child up to two years old (24 months), is not required to have his own seat as he sits on an adult's lap. Only one lap child is allowed per adult. If one adult is traveling with more than one infant under two years of age, a seat will have to be purchased for the second infant.

You can also choose to purchase a seat for your infant as long as you have the proper child restraint device. Note: Bassinets, infant seats, and strollers may be accepted as checked baggage at no extra charge. These items are not considered part of the customer's free baggage allowance.

Will I pay for my infant to travel?

No, a child up to two years old (24 months) can travel for free if he will be sitting on an adult's lap.

What if my child turns two on the trip; will I have to buy a ticket for the return flight?

Yes, a ticket will have to be purchased for any flight on which the infant will be over two years old.

Can I sit in the exit row with my infant?

Neither lap children nor infants in car seats are allowed in an exit row. In fact, all passengers in an exit row must be at least 15 years of age. In addition, infant seats are not allowed in the row directly in front of or directly behind an exit.

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