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What do I need to know if I am flying with children and infants?

 Airlines have different travel policies for adults, children and infants. Those under the age of 2 years at date of travel are classed as an infant. Passengers aged between 2 and 12 years are classed as children and anyone who is aged 12 years or over is classed as an adult.

 

Are flights for children and infants included in the cost of the cruise?

Economy class flights from/to the UK are included for the whole party, including children and infants. Please be advised that all children and infants will need to pay any additional air supplements for regional airports.

 

Aircraft Seating

Airlines will aim to seat children and infants close to their parents or guardians. It is recommended that seats are pre-booked for your full whole party to avoid disappointment.

As we do not offer Charter Flights for our Cunard Fly-Cruises, you will normally be booked as part of a Scheduled or Group booking. In regards to seating for children and infants;

  • Children are always allocated seats on flights. Seating for infants varies by airline, route and ticket type.
    Seating for infants varies by airline, route and ticket type. 
  • Scheduled airlines will allow infants to travel on an adults lap for the duration of the flight (adults must be over 15 years or age)
  • Adults can only hold one infant, any additional infants will need a seat.
  • To enquire regarding infant seats on Scheduled flights, please advise at the time of booking or call our Customer Contact Centre if you already have an existing booking.
  • Please refer to the airline’s individual website for information on car seats, sky cots and bassinets.  

 

Baggage Allowance
You can find your baggage allowance on your Flight Confirmation or on your E-Ticket.

For more information you may find the following question useful:  What is the baggage allowance on my flight? 

 

Hand Luggage

  • Hand baggage restrictions vary by flight. Please ensure that you adhere to your airline’s guidelines which can be found on their website
  • We would recommend you visit https://www.gov.uk/hand-luggage-restrictions for the latest and up to date advise regarding hand luggage and any restrictions.

 

Pushchairs

  • Pushchairs are permitted to take on your flight. They are classed as ‘free baggage’ and you will not be charged to take this on board.
  • Your pushchair will be labelled at check in and you will then be allowed to take your pushchair through security and through to departures.
  • Upon boarding, your pushchair will be taken from you and be placed in the aircraft hold and returned to you when you land (this is usually as soon as you disembark) 
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