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What is JetBlue child policy? Tags: JetBlue customer service number

Traveling by a JetBlue flight with children? To make the trip hassle-free, you must know the child policies boast by JetBlue. This air group offers pre-boarding for families with children under the age of two. JetBlue enables the families traveling with lap children by providing them to get infant/child safety seat and baggage allowance for children. JetBlue helpline helps those parents to travel without any inconvenience. Moreover, the onboard options entitled for the kids keep them happily entertained throughout the trip. 

The guidelines for Child Restraint Systems

1.       A safety seat should be placed in a window seat

2.       The infant must be able to sit upright if he/she is not in a child restraint system

3.       The infant or child may occupy a seat with or without the use of child restraint system

4.       The use of booster seats, harness or vest restraints (unless it is an FAA-approved device) is not allowed during takeoff, landing, movement on the surface

5.       A safety seat may not be placed between two individuals

6.       A safety seat may not obstruct a customer's pathway to the aisle

7.       Only one lap infant will be assigned per row of seats on each side of the aircraft

 The guidelines for pregnant mothers

 Are you expecting a baby within seven days? The officials of JetBlue customer service don’t advice you to travel with JetBlue until and unless you are providing a certificate from the doctor that dated no more than 72 hours before departure. The certificate you tend to submit should say that you are physically fit for air travel.

The guidelines when a lap child travels within the U.S.

 You will be asked for age-proof, such as birth certificate or passport if you are traveling with a lap child. Call on 1-800-JETBLUE (538-2583) and tell the name, birthday if you are traveling with lap children within the United States. Call on the toll-free TTY/TDD telephone number; i.e., 711; if you are with hearing or speech impairments. A child aged between three days to its second birthday does not need to pay for a seat because it is considered a lap child. But yes, a child is no longer considered a lap child if it has crossed its second birthday. In accordance with the officials associated with JetBlue customer service number, the parents of two-year-olds are needed to pay for their seats.

 

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