All the Singapore Airlines flying with kids information in one place. Including:
- Flying when pregnant
- Flying with a newborn baby, and baby or toddler under two
- Kids’ baggage allowance
- Car seat policy
- Other child restraint device policies
- Pushchair/stroller policy
- Bassinet policy
- Sleep devices and child ride-ons/leg rests permitted
- Baby and child meals
- Inflight entertainment for children
- Other family services provided
- Current mask rules for children
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SINGAPORE AIRLINES FLYING WHEN PREGNANT
Before booking your flight, it’s important to inform your gynaecologist of your travel plans and get the medical guidance you need.
There are certain requirements if you wish to fly during your pregnancy.
(Calculated based on the expected date of delivery)
|28th week and earlier||No medical certificate is required. However, a medical certificate must be presented for your return flight if it is scheduled beyond the 28th week of your pregnancy.|
|Uncomplicated single pregnancy:|
29 to 36 weeks
Uncomplicated multiple pregnancy:
29 to 32 weeks
|Provide a medical certificate stating:|
-fitness to travel
-number of weeks of pregnancy
-estimated date of delivery.
The certificate must be dated within ten days of the first flight after 28 weeks of pregnancy.
Upon request, please present this certificate at check-in.
|Uncomplicated single pregnancy:|
Beyond 36 weeks
Uncomplicated multiple pregnancy:
Beyond 32 weeks
|Air travel is not allowed.|
SINGAPORE AIRLINES NEWBORN POLICY
If you have medical clearance to fly with a newborn between 48 hours and seven days of age, contact your local Singapore Airlines office.
FLYING WITH BABY POLICY (INFANTS UNDER 2 YEARS OLD)
To fly with your infant or child on Singapore Airlines, you must book their ticket together with your adult ticket in a single transaction. Each infant must also be accompanied by an adult who’s at least 18 years old.
Travelling with more than one infant
In special cases where only one adult is available to travel with two infants, one of the infants will be required to use an approved child car seat on a separate passenger seat while the other an infant seat belt on the adult’s lap. Please contact your local Singapore Airlines office for assistance.
KIDS’ BAGGAGE ALLOWANCE ON SINGAPORE AIRLINES
To help your infant feel comfortable throughout your holiday, you’ll get to check in 10kg* worth of baggage—plus a fully-collapsible stroller and car seat.
Alternatively, you can carry a compact, foldable lightweight stroller on board the cabin. If you’re departing from Singapore, you’ll also enjoy an additional 6kg of cabin baggage allowance for breast milk, infant food, and baby amenities. If you’re departing from or transiting through other countries, do get in touch with your local Singapore Airlines office for the country-specific restrictions.
INFANTS BAGGAGE ALLOWANCE
Infants are entitled to one piece of baggage, up to 23kg for Economy and Premium Economy Class bookings or 32kg for Business and First Class bookings to and from United States. For all other destinations other than United States, infants are entitled to 10kg baggage allowance.
The sum of the length, width and height of the infant’s checked-in baggage should not exceed 158cm (62 inches).
The combined weight of the infant food, breast milk and amenities you may bring on board should not exceed 6kg. This is in addition to your 7kg free cabin baggage allowance.
CHILDREN AGED 2 and ABOVE BAGGAGE ALLOWANCE
Checked baggage allowance for a child is the same as that for an adult, depending on ticket fare conditions.
SINGAPORE AIRLINES CAR SEAT POLICY
If you’ve purchased a separate passenger seat for your child under three years old, you may bring an approved child car seat or harness for use on board. For safety, your child should be secured in the car seat by its harness at all times—even when the seat belt sign is switched off.
You must also meet the following requirements:
- Child car seats must be approved by a foreign airworthiness authority and meet government standards such as the UK Civil Aviation Authority (CAA), US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), UN Economic Commission for Europe (ECE), or equivalent. Do note the location of these approval labels on your child car seat, as you may be asked to show it to our ground staff and cabin crew.
- Child car seats must be fitted according to the manufacturer’s instructions. You may be asked to provide the manufacturing standards and instructions to our ground staff and cabin crew.
- Child car seats cannot be fitted on seats at the emergency exit rows, as well as the rows immediately before and after.
- Child car seats that must be secured by a three-point harness cannot be used on our flights.
- Child car seats must be forward- or aft-facing and secured to the passenger seat with the aircraft safety belt by a lap belt or two-point harness.
- An aft-facing child car seat that doesn’t have a belt path must be used with a detachable base. However, these child seats that require detachable bases may not fit properly in the passenger seat.
- An aft-facing child car seat that has a belt path, and is properly labelled, doesn’t need a detachable base.
- Child car seats must not extend unreasonably beyond the passenger seat. An adult must be able to move past the car seat when the seats in the row immediately in front of it are in the upright position.
- Child car seats must not block the aisle. The aisle must remain accessible during taxi, take-off and landing.
Depending on your class of travel, the child car seat must fit within these maximum areas:
|Class of Travel||Maximum area (width x depth)|
|Economy||17” x 27”|
|Premium Economy||18” x 31”|
|Business||19” x 33”|
|First||36” x 42”|
|Suites||23” x 64”|
Other Child Restraint Device Policies
You must meet the following requirements:
- Child harnesses must be approved by the FAA, such as the AmSafe Child Aviation Restraint System (CARES) child harness. However, the CARES child harness may not fit in some of our First and Business Class seats. For details, contact your local Singapore Airlines office.
- Child harnesses must be fitted according to the manufacturer’s instructions. You may be asked to provide the manufacturing standards and instructions to our ground staff and cabin crew.
- Child harnesses cannot be fitted on seats at the emergency exit rows, as well as the rows immediately before and after
- Booster seats, vests and harness-type child restraint devices cannot be used on our flights..
SINGAPORE AIRLINES PUSHCHAIR/ STROLLER POLICY
You can check in a fully collapsible stroller or pushchair and carry-cot or car seat for free.
SINGAPORE AIRLINES BASSINET POLICY
Does Singapore Airlines supply a bassinet/carrycot?
Yes. All bassinet seats are reserved for passengers with infants, on a first-come-first-served basis.
How do I reserve a bassinet/carrycot on Singapore Airlines?
When booking online, you can request a bassinet in the ‘Select seats’ section, prior to making your payment.
When can I choose my seat on Singapore Airlines?
When making your booking with Singapore Airlines, you will have the option to select your seats in advance. Depending on the class of travel, the fare type you choose and your membership tier, you may be required to pay an advance seat selection fee.
What happens if I don’t reserve a bassinet/carrycot seat?
You might not be able to get one as bassinets are reserved on a first-come-first-served basis. If a bassinet is not available, your infant will be seated in your lap and an infant seatbelt will be provided.
What is the size/weight limit for Singapore Airlines‘ bassinets/carrycots?
Bassinet sizes may vary by aircraft. Our smallest bassinet measures at 768mm / 30.76in (L) x 298mm / 11.96in (W) x 158mm/ 8in (H), and can support a maximum weight of 14kg / 30.8lbs.
What does the Singapore Airlines bassinet/carrycot look like?
SLEEP DEVICES AND CHILD RIDE ON/LEG RESTS PERMITTED
Inflight convertible beds
If you’ve purchased a separate passenger seat for your child, you may be able to bring your own inflatable flight cushion or convertible gadget to turn your child’s seat into a bed. Just be sure to pick a window seat or the middle seat in the centre section—and follow the manufacturer’s instructions for use.
You must also meet the following requirements:
- Your child must be able to fasten the seatbelt under his or her arm when using the inflight bed.
- If your child is under two years of age, he or she must be removed from the convertible inflight bed and secured with an infant seatbelt whenever the seatbelt sign is switched on.
- Convertible inflight beds must be packed and securely stowed in the overhead compartment or under the seat in front during taxi, take-off and landing.
- Convertible inflight beds cannot be used at the emergency exit rows.
- Convertible inflight beds must not interfere with or prevent the seat in front from reclining.
- Convertible inflight beds must not damage the aircraft seat if they need to be attached to any part of the seat.
- Convertible inflight beds should not exceed a total dimension of 115cm (when the length, width and height of the fully deployed bed is combined), and will be counted as part of your cabin baggage allowance.
- Convertible inflight beds cannot be combined so as to allow two or more convertible inflight beds to occupy several seats.
BABY AND CHILD MEALS ON SINGAPORE AIRLINES
Singapore Airlines provide four different types of meal choices for infants and children. The Child Meals on Singapore Airlines are suitable for children between two and seven years old. Baby Meals concept of 3 jars of baby food and are suitable for infants less than a year old.
They also provide a Post Weaning Meal option for children aged between one and two: with food which is easy to bite, chew and digest.
Lastly, they have a Child Meal for Infants which is also made up of food items that are easy to bite, chew and digest but the portions are more substantial in terms of quantity and choice, compared to Post Weaning Meals.
Singapore Airlines also provide an exclusive inflight meal service, called Yummy!, which allows their young customers aged between 2 and 11 years travelling in Suites, First and Business class to select their main course before their flight.
Does Singapore Airlines provide baby food?
Yes. Baby Meals are suitable for infants less than 1 year old, this meal consists of 3 jars (approximately 80g/3oz to 110g/4oz per jar) of baby food – main course, vegetables and dessert. They also provide a Post Weaning Meal option for children aged between one and two: with food which is easy to bite, chew and digest.
Does Singapore Airlines provide child meals?
Yes. Children have Western, Asian and vegetarian options. You are also more than welcome to bring your own food on board. The Child Meals on Singapore Airlines are suitable for children between two and seven years old.
SINGAPORE AIRLINES INFLIGHT ENTERTAINMENT FOR CHILDREN
KrisWorld – Movies, TV shows, music, and games for the Young Ones. View catalogue
Singapore Airlines Gift for children – Stuffed toy or activity pack with seasonal items.
OTHER FAMILY SERVICES PROVIDED
Family-only perks at booking and boarding
When you fly with young children, all passengers in the same booking can select standard seats in advance for free. Those with infants will also enjoy priority boarding—for more time to settle down before take-off.
Complimentary baby amenities
Diapers, disposable bibs, feeding bottles, and baby wipes are available on board in limited quantities. However, we recommend that you bring your own as what we have may be different from what you are used to.
SINGAPORE AIRLINES FACEMASK POLICIES FOR CHILDREN
All passengers who are six years old and above must wear a face mask throughout the flight due to regulatory requirements. The mask may be removed when eating and drinking.
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