When traveling with infants (children under age 2) you will need to decide whether you want your infant to fly as a ticketed passenger or as a "lap child". If you would like your infant to sit in their own seat, whether on a domestic or international flight, you will want to book your flight directly with the airline.
You will be required to provide an FAA-approved car seat. If you will be holding your infant on your lap on a domestic flight (within the U.S. or on flights to Puerto Rico), most airlines will allow one infant per adult traveler at no charge. Please call your ticketed airline immediately after your purchase to let them know you will be holding an infant, and note that proof of age may be required by your airline.
Additionally, if you're traveling with more than one infant per adult, you'll need to purchase a seat for each additional infant traveler.
If you're traveling with more than two infants per adult, or if you're flying in Premium Economy, Business or First class, check with your airline prior to purchase to confirm it is allowed.
If you will be holding your infant on your lap on an international flight (all flights outside of the U.S.), you will need to purchase an "infant ticket" directly with your airline. We do not sell infant tickets.
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