Flying With Infants
An infant is considered any child under two years of age at the moment the flight begins and who will not occupy his or her own seat.
- Infants are always required to fly with an adult.
- Infant tickets will be issued to the final destination (one-way or roundtrip), and will include connections.
- For an infant’s age verification, a birth certificate or passport is required.
- Passengers flying with more than one infant must pay the following child rates:
|Fliying with infants|
|United States||$35 USD|
|Asia, Europe and South America||10 percent|
|Tax Included. Charge per segment|
There is an additional $15 USD infant ticketing charge
One stroller, bassinet or baby carrier up to 44 pounds (20 kg) or 45 inches (1.14 m) is permitted at no extra charge. For more information, see our complete Luggage Policy.