Infants travelling on an adult’s lap don’t have a cabin bag allowance so please make sure you carry any essential items for infants in your own cabin bag.
We’re happy to accept the standard size Trunki (46 x 20.5 x 31 cm) even though the depth slightly exceeds our normal maximum cabin baggage size of 56 x 45 x 25cm.
But, we may not be able to accept any larger size Trunki’s as a cabin bag. A larger bag will need to comply with the maximum size cabin bag guidelines, which means that it may have to go in the hold on busy flights.
To help with your child’s comfort on flights, you can bring a car seat for their use during the flight as long as it complies with the manufacturer’s age/weight/height recommendations. (You can also bring a car seat for an infant (under 2 years old) if you have paid for a seat for them.)
Booster seats can be your one piece of cabin baggage by itself, or if it fits, you could put the booster seat inside your one piece of cabin baggage. If you bring a maximum size bag (56 x 45 x 25cm) and a booster seat, one piece may have to go in the hold on a busy flight.
Please be aware though, a booster seat can’t be used the same as a car seat for infants or children to use during take-off and landing, but you use it during the flight itself when the fasten seatbelt sign is off. To do this, make sure it is within the maximum size of 56 x 45 x 25cm (or inside a bag of this size) to ensure it travels with you in the cabin. It will be stored in the overhead locker or under the seat in front during take-off and landing.
If you don’t want to use the car or booster seat in-flight, just drop it at the Bag Drop desk to go in the hold. We carry booster seats, car seats, buggies, push chairs and travel cots for free. They don’t form part of your luggage allowance and you can bring up to two of these items per infant or child.
If you’re travelling with an infant or small child, you can take baby food and milk on-board in your cabin baggage. Be prepared though, you may be asked to taste baby milk or food at the security area. (Be aware though that if you’re not travelling with an infant or small child, security restrictions may apply).
If you need to use the milk on board, we’re always happy to supply you with hot water to warm the bottle.
If you’re travelling with an infant (under 2 years of age) you can bring an additional small baby changing bag on board the aircraft. This bag can be no larger than 45x36x20cm and must be placed under the seat in front of you. Under seat bags are limited to a maximum of one bag per seat. If you’re an easyJet Plus, Upfront/Extra Legroom customer or have purchased a Flexi fare you will already have an additional under seat allowance and are therefore unable to bring a second under seat bag on board the aircraft.
If, however, you have booked a separate seat for your infant, they will qualify for one piece of cabin baggage within the normal baggage size restrictions, just like grown-ups.