When it comes to using your child's car seat on a plane, not all airlines are created equal. Each one has a separate set of rules and restrictions about what kind of seat you can use. While wading through the details of your chosen airline's car seat guidelines can seem overwhelming, we have good news.
Firstly, we've compiled the car seat restrictions for the most popular airlines in Australia, New Zealand and Asia right here on our website. Just look for your airline in the list and the link will take you right to their onboard car seat guidelines.
Secondly, with an Aussie Kidz Travel Mate, you can safely and easily attach your baby or toddler's car seat for an instant travel pram. No lugging it by hand to the gate. The Travel Mate stores easily in an overhead bin, and your little one will remain safe and content while travelling through busy airports and at your destination.
If, at any time, you have questions about your airline's onboard car seat guidelines or just need some help deciphering the mumbo jumbo, feel free to contact us. We'll do our best to point you in the right direction.
While we can't make travelling with your children completely stress-free, we can help make travelling with their car seats a little bit easier. If you have any questions about any of our travel products, please contact us any time. We'd love to chat with you.
For any questions or for help with a travel issue related to using your car seat on an airplane, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 1 300 543 423.
We're available 7 days a week to answer your questions.
These guidelines are current as of 26 May 2012.
If you're flying multiple airlines for the same trip, make sure you are familiar with each airline's set of rules before you leave.