Reduced fares for babies
Babies of less than 2 years of age benefit from up to 90% reductions throughout the Aircalin network. Don’t forget to let us know that you are travelling with a baby when you book your ticket.
Accompaniment of a baby
A baby must always be accompanied by an independent adult passenger during the trip.
Exception: the accompanying person may be of less than 18 years of age if the person is the mother or father or the legal guardian.
A passenger may only accompany one baby. If two babies are travelling, a second accompanying passenger is necessary.
Meals and cradles
We can provide your baby with a meal specially adapted to its needs.
Cradles are also available at no extra charge with a weight limit of 10kg and a size limit of 70cm.
Don’t forget to organise these requests at the moment of the booking or, at the latest, 24H before departure.
The booking of a cradle by internet is not avaliable. Please contact our commercial services to make the booking as early as possible before your departure.
Blue planet gifts
The "AIRCALIN KIDS" pouch contains a mix of games, colouring pencils, colouring book, etc. It is provided on board to young travellers on all Aircalin Long Haul flights.
Children from 2 to 11 years of age
When they are accompanied by an adult, children receive a 25% reduction.
It is possible to book a children’s meal on all Aircalin flights.
Don’t forget to order the children’s meal when you make the booking or when you buy the ticket, at the very latest 24H before departure.
Blue planet gifts
"THE AIRCALIN KIDS" pouch contains a mix of games, colouring pencils, a colouring book, etc. It is provided on board to all young travellers on Aircalin Long Haul flights.
Bed and leg-rest
If you have reserved a seat for your child, you can bring a bed/leg-rest of the BedBox ® style on board your Aircalin-operated flight. This comfort item, in the form of a suitcase, allows a child to lay down by acting as a seat extension. It counts as cabin luggage.
It can be used for children up to 7 years old. The adults travelling with the child are responsible for its installation.
Constraints to respect:
- Respect the manufacturer's instuctions for use
- The BedBox ® must be closed and stored in the overhead lockers during take off and landing and during turbulence
- The BedBox ® can only be used on window and middle-aisle seats
- Do not place your meals or hot drinks on the lid of the BedBox ®
- Ensure that your child's head is positioned towards the tail of the aircraft to correctly use the safety belt
- The use of this object must not inconvenience other passengers
- Your flight must be operated by Aircali
- The crew remain the final decision-makers regarding the use of this accessory on board.
Unaccompanied minor (U.M)
A child is authorised to travel alone from their 5th birthday. Between 5 and 11 years of age, they are considered an U.M. and will be looked after by the Company’s personnel from check-in to arrival.
From their 12th birthday, a child is considered to be independent, and can travel without special assistance. However, on Tokyo and Osaka, Aircalin offers young passengers between 12 and 17 years of age to be considered as U.M. This service (€90 single between France and Nouméa).
Bookings by internet are not possible for U.M. Please contact our commercial services in order to learn about the procedure to follow. They will offer you all the necessary advice to fill in the U.M. form.
A U.M. must have their own passport and personal visas, they cannot use their parents’ passport on which they are registered.
We recommend for you to arrive at check-in at least 30 minutes before the check-in closes, and to let our agents know that your child is travelling unaccompanied as an U.M.
On arrival, the person collecting the child must present proof of identity to our ground personnel.
On the condition that the first eight months of your pregnancy have passed without any symptoms that may indicate complications or a premature birth until the date of the flight, you are authorised to travel on an Aircalin flight without any special restrictions.
From the ninth month of pregnancy or from any moment during your pregnancy if there are symptoms that may indicate complications or a premature birth, you should provide a medical agreement testifying to your capacity to travel by aircraft without danger to you or your child.
How do you obtain a medical agreement ?
The procedure to obtain a medical certificate is the following:
- Your doctor completes a medical information form
- The document must be sent to the Company Doctor, who will determine the transport conditions
A medical certificate drawn up by the passenger’s doctor is not sufficient for a medical agreement: only the Company Doctor is authorised to declare whether air transport is possible or not.