Yes, Allegiant Airlines allows car seats on board their flights. Car seats are not subject to baggage fees, but they must be gate-checked at the departure gate and retrieved at the arrival gate.
Here are the specific car seat requirements for Allegiant Airlines:
- Infants (under 24 months old): Must be seated in an FAA-approved rear-facing car seat.
- Toddlers (24-48 months old): Must be seated in an FAA-approved forward-facing car seat or booster seat.
- Children (48 months and older): May use a booster seat if their height is less than 40 inches. Children must be able to sit upright and comfortably and with their feet flat on the floor.
Allegiant Airlines also requires that all car seats be properly secured in the seat by using the car seat’s own harness system. Car seats may not be placed in the seat directly in front of an exit row or in a bulkhead area.
For more information on Allegiant Airlines’ car seat policy, please visit the Allegiant Airlines website or app.
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