Do I need to reserve a seat for my baby?
On Caribbean Airlines flights, babies up to 2 years (infants) do not require a separate seat. On board the aircraft, the accompanying adult must hold the infant for the duration of the flight. At this time, detachable bassinets or infant cots are not available on any Caribbean Airlines aircraft.
For infants not occupying a seat traveling on international flights, Caribbean Airlines charges the infant fare (10% of the adult fare) plus taxes and surcharges, or just the taxes and surcharges. On domestic flights, the charge for infants not occupying a seat is USD 2.
Passengers traveling with infants are allowed to take as carry-on a collapsible stroller/pushchair, or an infant carrying basket, or an infant car seat, subject to space availability in the cabin. The checked baggage allowance for lap infants is 1 piece of checked baggage up to 23 kg (50 lbs) and 157 cm (62 inches). As an exception, for Non-Flexible tickets between Trinidad/Jamaica and Fort Lauderdale, the first checked bag is USD 25 each way, plus applicable taxes).
Can I reserve a separate seat for my baby?
If you would like your baby to occupy a seat, you must purchase the child fare (a 10% discount on the adult fare may apply) and use an approved car seat during the flight. The infant must be aged between 6 months and 2 years and not exceed a maximum weight of 18 kg (39.7 lbs). The car seat must be forward-facing and conform with FAA/CAA requirements.
If a seat has been purchased for an infant, the infant is entitled to the same baggage allowance as an adult. In addition to their checked baggage allowance, seated infants are allowed a collapsible stroller, an infant carrying basket or an infant car seat, free of charge.