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Children older than two need to have their own seat. Infants can sit on your lap, or in a car safety seat on the seat next to yours. If you are flying to Asia or the US, we have bassinettes for your infant onboard.
When you fly with an infant, he or she must sit on your lap.
You can also book a separate seat for your infant. The seat has the same price as for a child age 2–11. You also need to bring your own child safety seat.
If you're traveling with two infants, you can have one on your lap and the other in a seat beside you.
Child safety seats
If you've booked a seat for an infant, you can bring a child safety seat onboard free of charge. Otherwise, a child safety seat is considered one piece of baggage and must be checked in as usual.
The child safety seat can be either forward-facing or rear-facing and is secured in the seat next to you.
You can book a bassinet at no cost for flights with SAS to/from Asia and the US. If you use a baby bassinet, your child may weigh no more than 11 kg. The length of the basket is 72 cm. The number of bassinets is limited on each flight.
To request a baby bassinet or to make a seat reservation for your infant, please contact SAS Customer Service.
There is at least one changing table (located in the toilet) on each SAS aircraft.