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What are Child and Infant fares restrictions?

We certainly understand that your children will always be your babies – no matter what age! When booking air travel, please follow these rules for a safe, happy and memorable flight with your children:

1. Infants – for domestic U.S. flights, a child under the age of 2 (24 months) may travel on the lap of an adult parent without charge. For international travel, special lap infant fares apply – these are generally 10 percent of the ticket price plus international taxes and surcharges. If you want your infant to travel in his or her own seat, a ticket must be purchased. A Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) approved Child Restraint System (CRS), provided by the adult passenger, must be used.

We recommend traveling with a birth certificate for your lap child since proof of age may be requested by airline personnel at the time of departure.

2. Children – all children 2 years and older must travel in their own seat.

3. Unaccompanied Minors – click here for more information. unaccompanied monor.

4. How to book: From the home page, click the “Seniors 65+ or Children” link and enter the number of children traveling in each age category listed.