Virgin Australia okays kids' sleep aids

Virgin Australia has cleared a range of in-flight children's sleep aids.
Parents will be able to bring the accessories on board as part of their seven kilo carry-on baggage allowance.
Virgin’s in-flight experience general manager Tash Tobias said: “We know travelling with kids can be a stressful experience and we want to make it as smooth as possible for the families that fly with us.
 
“These popular comfort items have been reviewed by our team of safety experts against our high safety standards.”
 
Use is restricted to window seats on smaller aircraft, and to window and middle block centre seats on larger aircraft. The items must not prevent the seats in front reclining.

 

Virgin Australia okays kids' sleep aids

Virgin Australia has cleared a range of in-flight children's sleep aids.
Parents will be able to bring the accessories on board as part of their seven kilo carry-on baggage allowance.
Virgin’s in-flight experience general manager Tash Tobias said: “We know travelling with kids can be a stressful experience and we want to make it as smooth as possible for the families that fly with us.
 
“These popular comfort items have been reviewed by our team of safety experts against our high safety standards.”
 
Use is restricted to window seats on smaller aircraft, and to window and middle block centre seats on larger aircraft. The items must not prevent the seats in front reclining.