Inflatable/convertible travel bed

Can I bring In-flight Comfort Products (ICP) such as an inflatable/convertible travel bed onboard?

You are allowed to bring innovative convertible and inflatable products for your own comfort onboard.

However, the carriage and usage of such products MUST meet the following criteria;

  1. Follows the cabin baggage policy on pieces, weight, and
  2. Fits the seat's pitch and width and properly secured onto the seat without interfering or causing damage to the armrest, tray table, and seat pocket. If it does not fit the aircraft seat, it is NOT ALLOWED to be used and must be stowed
  3. Must NOT be used adjacent to an emergency exit
  4. Does not restrict the seat movement of the passengers seated next to you and their accessibility to the aisle(s).
  5. Must be used at window seat (for single-aisle aircraft)
  6. It must be securely stowed in the overhead compartment or under the seat in front during pushback, taxiing, take-off, landing, in the event of an emergency, or whenever instructed
  7. For large inflatables, only those that are equipped with emergency pressure/release valve and/or quick release valves (refer to the illustration below) will be allowed on board.

  8. Only children aged two (2) years and above are permitted to use inflatable / convertible inflight bed. The child must be seated facing forward and able to fasten the seat belt under his/her arm.


Not Allowed

  • Hammock are NOT permitted.


Carriage of Liquids, Aerosols and Gels (LAGs)

International regulations restrict the quantity of liquids, aerosols, and gels (LAG) you can carry on board international flights, these restrictions do not apply to your check-in baggage.

  • LAG items such as drinks, creams, perfumes, sprays, gels, and toothpaste must be in containers of 100 ml / 4oz (volume), 100 grams (weight) or less.
  • All LAG containers should fit comfortably in a transparent re-sealable plastic
  • You are limited to only one transparent re-sealable plastic bag with a volume no greater than one litre and the bag's sealed area must add up to no more than 80 cm (e.g. 20x20 cm or 15x25 cm).
  • Any LAGs carried in a container larger than 100ml will not be accepted as a carry-on item, even if the container is only part-filled.


  • Medication and food for special dietary requirements including baby food are permitted in your cabin baggage in a reasonable quantity for your flight. They must be declared and may be subject to additional security
  • Duty-free items purchased at the airport in the security restricted areas of the terminal on the day of travel do not form part your cabin baggage allowance provided it is within the duty-free allowance of your destination country. Items need to be packed in a Security Tamper-Evident Bag (STEBs), remain sealed and accompanied with proof of purchase until your final destination.

LAGs that do not meet the regulations by the airport security personne will be disposed.

Regulations regarding the carriage of duty-free items may vary depending on each airport operator’s policies. If unsure, please check with your local duty-free store personnel.


Can I bring my pet / animal / guide dog on board?

Our standard policy is that we do not accept any pets / animals / guide dogs on board our flights.