GUEST COM­FORT ITEMS

Cer­tain guest com­fort items, in­clud­ing kids’ sleep­ing de­vices, are now per­mit­ted for use on board Vir­gin Aus­tralia air­craft. Items such as Plane Pal, Fly Tot and JetKids BedBox are ap­proved for use pro­vided they meet the fol­low­ing Guide­lines for Use.

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Guide­lines for Use

+ Guest is re­spon­si­ble for its set up and use.

+ The item may only be used in win­dow seat or cen­tre seats of mid­dle block on Air­bus A330 or Boe­ing B777 air­craft (see di­a­gram, above).

+ The item may not be used in emer­gency exit rows.

+ The item must be stowed se­curely dur­ing taxi, take-off and land­ing, and may only be set up once the seat­belt sign is switched off.

+ If in­flat­able, the valve must face the aisle for easy in­fla­tion and de­fla­tion.

+ Child must be seated with seat­belt fas­tened, when­ever the seat­belt sign is il­lu­mi­nated.

+ In­fant must be se­cured with in­fant seat­belt, or in bassinet

(if fixed), when­ever the seat­belt sign is il­lu­mi­nated.

+ Child must be se­cured with their head to­wards the back of their own seat and their feet fac­ing for­ward.

+ Guest must en­sure that use of the item doesn’t af­fect the com­fort of other pas­sen­gers.

+ The item must not in­ter­fere with the seat in front, or pre­vent the seat in front from re­clin­ing.

+ If at­tach­ment to any part of the air­craft is re­quired in or­der to pro­vide struc­tural sta­bil­ity to the item, it is not per­mit­ted to be used as it may cause dam­age to the air­craft.

+ There may be some seat rows where an item does not fit due to the con­fig­u­ra­tion of some air­craft. In this case the item can­not be used.

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