General Information on Easyjet when travelling with a baby or toddler.

Babies can travel provided that they are at least 15 days old. Babies aged 14 days or younger cannot fly. Babies and infants under 2 are not charged a full fare, but will be charged a flat rate of £22 per flight if they travel on the lap of an accompanying adult. Infants travelling on an adult’s lap also need their own boarding pass, which can be collected from the airport check-in desk.

If you wish to book an infant onto their own seat to make your journey more comfortable (or for example if one adult is travelling with more than one infant under 2), this cannot be done online. Instead you will need to contact the Customer Service Team.

The airline’s policy says that you can breastfeed at any time during the flight including during takeoff and landing, provided that your baby is secured to you with an infant extension seat belt whenever the fasten seatbelts sign is on.  Please speak with a member of the cabin crew if you are unsure at any time.

Strollers and Equipment

If you are travelling with an infant or young child you can take up to 2 of the following items free of charge: travel cot, pushchair, double pushchairs, buggy, car seat, collapsible or non-collapsible pram, booster seat and baby back carrier.

Baggage Allowances

  • Items must be tagged at the check-in or bag drop desk and they can be carried to the aircraft door or steps where airline crew will store them for you. They can be collected from the baggage carousel on arrival. If you have checked in online and you are carrying hand baggage only, the items can be tagged at the boarding gate (except the travel cot).
  • Alternatively the two items can be checked-in as hold baggage at no additional charge. Please note that each of the above items cannot weigh more than 32kgs.
  • Booster seats can be taken as or within hand baggage provided they fit within the standard cabin baggage measurements (measuring a maximum 56 x 45 x 25cm). Please note they cannot be used as a car seat, but you can use them on-board when the seatbelt sign is off.

Car Seats

If you wish any infant under 2 to have their own seat you will need to bring a car seat to use on the plane. The airline will not accept infants for travel who have been booked on as a child. Only 2 infants are allowed with every one accompanying adult, while all passengers aged 2 or over are charged a full fare and must occupy their own seat.

For further information contact the airline or click here.