Can I bring my child’s car seat and/or stroller onboard?
posted this on April 23, 2012 04:00 am
A car seat that is an FAA approved child restraint system may be carried onboard the plane if a seat has been purchased for the child. Customers traveling with car seats are unable to sit in our Big Front Seats. If the car seat cannot be accommodated in the assigned seat (e.g., car seat is too large), we will do our best to reseat the car seat and family to open seats where the car seat can be accommodated.
Strollers are not allowed onboard the plane; however, one car seat and one stroller may be checked at the ticket counter per child, free of charge.
We will also check your items at the gate free of charge and have them waiting in the jetway at your arrival city.