General information

02 Travelling with infants

Infants under the age of 2 years as of the date of travel may fly on an adult’s lap as an infant Ticket does not include a separate seat on the aircraft. If You want to have a separate seat for an infant, You must purchase a child’s Ticket. Adults can accompany only one infant.

The limited number of infants can be accepted on the aircraft. It depends on the standard amount of oxygen masks, infant life jackets and infant belts. Infants’ sitting is only possible in special areas and with a person over 16 years of age using a special infant belt.

If the infant reaches the age of 2 years prior to the return journey they must pay the applicable fare, taxes, fees and charges for that part of the journey.

Passengers traveling with infants may carry reasonable quantities of liquids in hand baggage (e.g. baby food, gel, milk) and can be asked to show these liquids at the security checkpoint. Please note that security restrictions may vary at each airport and we recommend that you contact the airport of departure in advance. This information is for informational purposes only.

Just like any other passenger, the young passenger must hold a valid travel document with a photo to board the flight.

Infant passengers cannot have cabin baggage on board. They are entitled to one checked baggage up to 10 kg free of charge, plus one fully collapsible pram (or a stroller, a carrycot, or an infant car type seat). Accompanying adult’s baggage allowances remains the same.