Using Child Safety Seats
Please provide your own child safety seat receiving approval in Japan (MLIT), the United States of America (FMVSS, FAA TSO-100b), or Europe (ECE R44) for use in the cabin. With the use of a child safety seat, a seat reservation and the Child Fare is required.
Child Safety Seat Types
Child safety seats available for use in the cabin
The following types of child safety seats are available for use in the cabin.
- Seats approved by Japan's Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism
- Seats approved in the United States of America (FMVSS, FAA TSO-C100b)
- Seats approved in Europe (ECE R44)
The standard child safety seats written above display the following labels.
- For the most recent information, check the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism's website(Only available in Japanese).
|1. Seats approved by Japan's Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism|
|2. Seats approved in the United States of America (FMVSS)|
|3. Seats approved in Europe (ECE R44)|
- Check with the manufacturer for details on standard use.
- There are some seat locations in the cabin where child safety seats cannot be mounted.
Child Safety Seats Which Cannot Be Brought Aboard
Any types of child safety seats other than the standard types above are to be received as checked baggage.
Even if the child safety seat is a standard, approved type such as those above, if it is a type like in the photos below which secures the legs to the seat or which cannot actually be mounted to the cabin seats using their 2-point seat belts, it cannot be used. (Child safety seats only available for use with 3-point or 4-point seat belts are not accepted.)
|Examples of child safety seats which cannot be used|
||Booster-types with backs