Your travel just got easier. We’ve put together some useful information to help guide you and your family smoothly through the airport right to your final destination, with the goal of keeping your kids smiling the entire way
Booking a flight for your infant/child
1. Infants (7 days to 2Years)
Infants must be 7 days or older to travel on a Skyward flight. You must have a medical clearance certificate issued by a physician to present at Check-In for any infant less than 7 days old.
Skyward can accommodate a maximum of 5 infants per flight. If you are travelling with an infant under the age of 2, you can choose between two options:
2. Children (2 to 11 years old
All children over 2 years old and younger than 12 years old are required to have purchased seat of 75% of the adult base fare + taxes and must be accompanied by an adult.
If you are planning on having your child travel alone, please learn about Skyward Express unaccompanied minor policies
Unaccompanied Minor is the term used for a passenger between the ages of 5 - 12 years, travelling alone. Children between the ages of 5 and 12 years of age will be accepted to travel provided a responsible adult escorts the child at both airport of departure and arrival.
The responsible adult should present the child at check-in and complete declaration form prior form to remaining with the child for as long as possible before proceeding to boarding. The responsible adult shall be requested to remain at the airport until the aircraft is airborne.
3. Expectant and New Mothers
Expecting a new addition? We welcome all baby bumps, in all shapes and sizes. If you are expecting, you may travel with Skyward up to and including your 36th week. Even though you do not require medical clearance, we recommend you consult your physician before flying.
If you are between 29 to 38 weeks pregnant, you must present a doctor’s note issued within 48 hours of your departure flight in order to fly. If you are more than 38 weeks along, you will not be able to fly with us.
Here are a few recommendations to make your flight with us even more comfortable:
If you have given birth in the last seven days, first and foremost, congratulations! Second, we recommend you check with your doctor or midwife before travelling with us.
If you are nursing and you wish to breastfeed your baby, you have the right to do so in any public accommodation including the aircraft cabin.
For your comfort and privacy, we will allow you access to empty rows if you would like to nurse or pump.
Breast pumps are permitted as carry-on baggage and are exempt from carry-on restrictions. Please note that Skyward does not have inflight electrical outlets.