Passengers travelling with children may use their own child safety restraint system (CRS) onboard Norwegian flights provided that the restraint systems are certified and marked as such.
There is no charge for the use of a child restraint system, but since the CRS must be attached to a passenger seat, a child ticket must be purchased even for children under the age of 2. As a rule a window seat is the preferred location and the accompanying adult must sit next to the child.
The following CRS are suitable:
1. Child seats that have been approved by a member state of the Joint Aviation Authorities (JAA), the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) or Transport Canada for exclusive use in aircraft and are marked accordingly.
2. Child seats that are approved in accordance with safety standard ECE R44/03, 04 or a later version for use in motor vehicles and for children with reduced mobility.
3. Restraint systems that are approved in accordance with Canadian standard CMVSS 213 in case of a Child restraint system, or 213.1 in case of an infant restraint system.
4. That are approved in accordance with US standard FMVSS no.213 for use in motor vehicles and aircraft and that carry a sticker with the following statement in red:
“THIS CHILD RESTRAINT SYSTEM CONFORMS TO ALL APPLICABLE FEDERAL MOTOR VEHICLES SAFETY STANDARDS” and “THIS RESTRAINT IS CERTIFIED FOR USE IN MOTOR VEHICLES AND AIRCRAFT”
5. Seats which carry the TÜV Reinland seal of approval “For use in Aircraft”
6. Aviation – Only approved ACSD