This service is available for customers traveling with an infant over 7 days and under 2 years old.
A diaper bag that weighs up to 22 lb and measures no more than 9.8 x 15.7 x 15.7 inches, which will be placed in the compartments above your seat.
One checked item to transport your baby (i.e. car seat, not applicable for a checked bag).
Remember you can also take a stroller up to the plane’s door and get priority boarding.
· The adult holding the infant cannot travel in a window seat nor in an emergency exit.
· On the reservation, there must be one adult for every infant.
· For the infant's comfort, we suggest that the adult brings food and items needed for her or his care on the cabin baggage.
· In all flights to the United States, powder substances such as: Make-up, food ( ground coffee, chilli, dry milk, chocolate, water among others) talcum greater than 350 ml/12 oz cannot be transported as carry-on baggage. You must take these items as part of your checked baggage.
· This service applies only if your baby is between 7 days and 2 years old. Remember that the transportation of baby items is only allowed when covering the charge for this service.
· You must present a valid ID for the baby. It might be a birth certificate or a vaccination certificate. For international flights, you must present the baby's passport and visa (if required).
· For more information on what to do if your baby is older than 2 years, click here.
· For security reasons and due to the number of supplemental oxygen masks, only 4 customers may fly per row.
If you purchased a round-trip flight and the infant turns 2 years old during the period of the trip, you must add the Baby Combo (to transport your baby items) for the outbound flight and purchase an adult ticket for the return.
The adult must hold the baby on her or his legs during the entire flight. If you want your infant to travel in a baby seat, you must buy an adult ticket. Only baby seats approved by the FAA (Federal Aviation Administration) for use in an aircraft carrier (check information behind the chair) are permitted in the cabin.
If you are flying with two babies, only one can be held on the the adult’s legs and the second one must buy a ticket.
Remember that only CarSeat approved by the FAA (Federal Aviation Administration) are allowed in the cabin for use on aircraft (check the information on the seat).
Check the Additional Services Fees here.