Breeze Airways Infant and Child Baggage Allowance

Lap Baby (Infant Under 2 Years-Old) Baggage Allowance on Breeze Airways

If your baby is flying on your lap on Breeze Airways, you are able to check-in your baby's Car Seat and Stroller free of charge.  There is no additional free checked baggage allowance for children under 2 years old flying on their parent's lap. Into the cabin, you may bring a diaper bag with food/drink (including formula, juice, breastmilk, a breast pump, etc.) for your child, which does not count toward your carry-on allowance.

You may check-in your Car Seat and Stroller either at the check-in desk when dropping off your regular suitcase, or choose to bring your car seat and stroller to the gate and "gate-check" these items.  This will allow you to use your child's stroller while making your way through the airport, and also limits the possibility of your child's items being lost in transit. [AMZ asins='B000RRD7UG,B00RXW8CVC,B08T4C26XY,B01DD0V4QC']

We recommend protecting your child's car seat and stroller from damage by placing them in "gate-check" protective covers/bags - this will keep them from getting stained, dirty and torn while being handled by the baggage handlers at the gate.  Many of these child car seat and stroller protective covers are brightly colored, to catch the gate baggage handler's eye which helps make sure it doesn't get lost in transit.

Breeze Airways Baggage Allowance for Infants and Children with Assigned Seats

If your child has their own ticket on Breeze Airways, meaning they are flying in their own assigned seat, the regular adult checked baggage rules apply for their fare class - all of Breeze Airways's standard checked baggage fees and allowances apply. This applies to both children younger than 2 years old, as well as children aged 2-12 years old.

In addition to the standard checked baggage rules, you may check-in a stroller free of charge for your child, either at the check-in desk or at the boarding gate.  You must also bring your child's government-approved car seat, but in this case it will come into the cabin with you, for your child to sit in during the flight.  Keep in mind that the child's car seat must be FAA-Approved, with the correct labeling stating "This restraint is certified for use in motor vehicles and aircraft".

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