Carriage of child car seats or postural support
In accordance with Ryanair Safety Regulations, car and booster seats cannot be used on board the aircraft.
The child restraints and the postural supports listed below may be used in addition to an aircraft safety belt, subject to certain safety restrictions.
The following child restraints are permitted for use on Ryanair aircraft:
An infant seatbelt loops through the seatbelt of the accompanying adult ( over 16). Infants aged between 7 days and 23 months must sit on the lap of the accompanying adult.
Amsafe CARES Child Aviation Restraint System
The Amsafe CARES restraint is a belt and buckle device that attaches directly to the aircraft seat and is used in conjunction with the aircraft seatbelt.
It is designed specifically for aviation use for children age 1 year and older who weigh between 22 and 44 pounds (10kg – 20 kg) .
A passenger using the Amsafe CARES restraint must be accompanied by an adult (over 16)
The restraint must be used as per the manufacturer’s instructions (weight, age, installation) and it would be helpful for passengers to have the installation instructions available for reference on board.
The Amsafe CARES Restraint cannot not be used in the following seats:
Our Cabin crew will be able to direct you to suitable seats.
Postural support Aids
The following postural supports are permitted for use onboard:
Ryanair does not permit the use of postural supports for children under 2 years.
MERU TRAVEL CHAIR
CRELLING Model 27
The Crelling harness must be used as per manufacturer’s instructions (weight, age, installation) and it would be helpful for passengers to have the installation instructions available for reference on board.
On each flight a maximum of 2 passengers can use postural supports. For safety reasons passengers using a Postural Support Device are required to be seated in certain seats:
If you require further details on child restraints or postural supports please visit the manufacturers websites below:
Amsafe CARES: http://kidsflysafe.com/
Meru TravelChair: http://meru.org.uk/what-we-do/travelchair/
or contact the Ryanair Special Assistance Line