Thousands of customers worldwide have enjoyed the comforts of the 1st Class Kid Travel Pillow. Most airlines are more than happy to allow customers to use their 1st Class Kid Travel Pillow, provided that it be used properly.
- The 1st Class Kid Travel Pillow should be used during the cruise portion of the flight, and it should not be used during taxi, take-off or landing.
- The 1st Class Kid Travel Pillow should be used in the window seat, or in the middle seat of a centre row.
- The child's seatbelt should remain fastened at all times (you can relax the tension or ask for an extender to aide comfort)
Your cabin crew strives to ensure that all passengers are safe during the flight, and ultimately your airline cabin crew will make the final decision as to whether or not a product can be allowed on board.
Below is a short list of the airlines that have accepted the use of The 1st Class Kid Travel Pillow.
The above list is provided, based on responses from airlines and/or previous customer experiences, and it is accurate to the best of our knowledge. In using this information, you accept that Travel Tots cannot be held responsible should an airline refuse the use of the 1st Class Kid Travel Pillow. As advised on our website, we do not accept returns for refusal of use by an airline. To be eligible for a return, your item must be unused and in the same condition that you received it. It must be in the original packaging.
You accept full responsibility for confirming acceptance of the use of the 1st Class Kid Travel Pillow with your carrier prior to purchasing, as policies can change frequently. From our experience, we have found that some airline customer service representatives are not familiar with the product, and it helps to inform them that the 1st Class Kid Travel Pillow in no way impedes the use of a child's seatbelt and has a quick release valve for rapid deflation.
Couldn't find your airline above?
Don't worry if you don't see your airline on our list. We probably haven't had a clear indication from the airline yet. We suggest you contact the airline directly or send us an email to see if we can help.