Flying with babies
Flying with a baby doesn’t need to be stressful, even if it’s just the two of you flying.
Our baby-friendly cabin crew will be on hand to help throughout your flight. We offer specially designed inflight cots, we’ll warm milk if you need it, and there are usually changing facilities onboard.
Your baby must be healthy and at least 48 hours old to travel with us.
Feeding your baby
Mothers are welcome to breastfeed onboard. Our crew will make you as comfortable as possible, and can provide an extra blanket or a seat in the galley if you'd like some more privacy. We can’t store expressed milk, but we have ice and ice buckets if you need to keep it cool for later use.
If you're bringing baby food, milk or formula in your hand baggage, make sure you read about the airport security guidance on how much and what you can bring. Here's the guidance for the UK.
If you're flying from London Heathrow you can reserve your baby milk or formula and collect it at the airport
If you need milk warming up, just let the cabin crew know and they’ll be happy to do it, by warming it in hot water then leaving it to cool.
If you’re travelling with an infant on your lap (instead of their own seat), you can request a pureed baby meal for them by calling or texting our Customer Services team. We don't offer children's meals for lap infants, so if your little one has moved on to solid food please bring something along with you for them to eat.