Posted on: 28 September 2019 by Kimberley Young
Japan Airlines offers a service that will mark where infants are seated on a flight.
The airlines’ website explains that when a passenger with a child under three years-old (eight days or older) is assigned a seat through the website, an infant mark will be displayed on the seat selection screen on the JAL website.
However the airline did warn that the infant mark is not displayed when using tours or award tickets or when seats are reserved outside the JAL website. The airline added that infant marks may also not be displayed correctly with aircraft changes.