Required Baby Items

Baby articles required

You can use our Newborn Shopping Checklist to find out what important things you might need during your pregnancy and for the first few months of your baby. Your baby will need a separate seat for the return flight if yes. If you would like to make a donation, please read our monthly update of the required items.

Toddler, kid or grown-up?

Our understanding is that sometimes it can be hard and stressing to fly with kids, so we have tried to make it as simple as possible for you. We will take you on early if you are traveling with kids under the age of 5; if you are traveling with a kid who needs them, you can take two items with you free of charge.

This includes a touring bed, a stroller, a double stroller, a stroller, a car seat, a folding or non folding stroller, a child safety chair and/or a baby back strap (please see if it can be carried on board); you can select your seating in advance to make sure you are sitting together (for a fee); We have children's food packages on the boat that contain riddles and fun to entertain children; We assist nursing mothers and you can always nurse your baby on the boat.

Traveling with kids should be as simple as possible. Answer some of the most common issues, such as allowed items to go, baggage fees, eating, drinking and sitting. Toddler, kid or grown-up? Kids under the age of 14 must be flown with an adults. 14- and 15-year-olds may journey without adults, but not if they are 13 or younger with other infants.

Grown-ups can travel with kids and those with specific needs. There are some limited places on the plane, but we will show you which ones when you book. It is important that you let us know when you book if you are traveling with a child. Just include the number of kids and toddlers and their age during the reservation procedure.

The best way to make sure that everyone is sitting together is to have the earliest possible check-in if you have not yet purchased places for your loved ones. While our sitting system always tries to put together groups of people, the places are given on a first come, first serve principle, so the sooner you board, the more likely you are to sit together.

Leaving it until the last moment, there may not be enough places for us to put your whole hostage side by side. That means that changes are only possible on ship and we have to trust other clients to agree to move so that small kids can sit with their parent, which can be stressing and cause delay.

While our seat system always tries to put you together, the places are awarded on a first come, first serve principle. The sooner you board, the more likely you are to do so. The child can be seated on the knee for a small charge (see Duties and Charges). We recommend that an infant stand forward on the knee of an adult or in the cradle for take-off and landings.

And you can buy a place for them if you think they're more comfy. It is not possible to make these reservations on-line, so please do not hesitate to call our customer support staff. Due to security considerations, only one baby is permitted in each three-seater series. When traveling with an infant or if you have reserved a place for an infant, you cannot be seated in a limited space for security purposes.

There are no families sitting groups on the boat, so you are free to buy a place wherever you want. Toddlers with reserved chairs and over 2 years old have the same cab contents and baggage allowances as adult passengers. When you travel with a child sitting on your knee, only one extra diaper change for the child (45x36x20cm) is permitted, which must be placed under the chair in front of you.

Children who occupy their own seats may take a car pouch plus diaper change pouch (45x36x20 cm) with them. Trunki's default sizes (46 x 20. 5 x 31 cm) can be taken on boards and must be placed under the seats in front of you. You can take up to two of the following items with you free of cost for each baby or child: backpack.

When you need to use one of these to get to the departure gates, we will pick it up from you before you get on the aircraft and put it in the cargo area. There are playgrounds for kids at some airport. Baby foods, baby formula and sterilized bottled running fluids can be carried in your own pouch.

These include: soy baby milks, sterilized waters (which must be in a baby bottle), formulas, mother's or cow's milks (especially for babies) and baby foods in 100 ml or less cans. Limited elements. Our baby rooms are at the front and back of the aircraft. You must take your own diapers and towels with you as they are not available on the boat.

When you' re breast-feeding, you're welcome to eat on the boat. There are some limited places on the plane, but we will show you which ones when you book. Toddlers seated on their own chairs must use a vehicle safety harness for take-off and landings at all times when asked by the team.

There are no cars on the boat, so you'll have to take your own. It is your responsability to ensure that the chair is appropriate for your baby. Boarding only forward directed seating is permitted and the flight attendant must be able to securely attach it to the aeroplane seating.

When you do not plan to use your vehicle onboard, please inspect it in the cargo area at the bag drop tables. The CARES can be used for infants weighing between 10 and 20 kg (22 and 44 lbs) and 100 cm (40inches) or less tall. As a rule, this is the case for infants between 1 and 4 years of age.

Remember, if you bring a CARES tableware on your boat and wish to reserve an assigned seating position, it must be attached to a French windows seating position and must not be situated in a seating position opposite or immediately in front of or behind an escape hatch. You can use our FOTO seating for a child from 12 month to 5 years old or 20 kg with a disability.

Our acceptance of 1 baby sizes for babies between 1 and 2 years and 2 baby sizes for babies between 3 and 5 years. Note that the 1 mm sized seats require the use of lengthening belts available from the manufacturers to allow them to be fitted into our glider. For more information about the GOTO seats, please visit the GOTO seats website.

Automobile seat can be unbelievably difficult - with or without a small one in them! Please note that if you take one on the boat, you must take it with you to the luggage claim area before cars are available. Unless you take your own vehicle seat, please recheck that the transfer you have organised to the destination can meet all your family's seat needs.

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