Can you book an infant into an adult seat on a Qantas J or F Classic Award?

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TruffleQueen

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Member since 26 Nov 2013

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Can you book an infant into an adult seat on a Qantas J or F Classic Award?

TruffleQueen

qff

Member since 26 Nov 2013

Total posts 10

To provide a little more info, I've tried doing this online, but get the message 'the requested cabin is not available for one or more flights' when I add the infant - works fine when inputting 1 x adult only.  And please, not wanting this to turn into a debate about the etiquette of travelling with children in J or F (I know that this issue is polarising for some people), just after some advice :)

11sjw

Member since 11 Mar 2012

Total posts 159

Quite possibly there is only one seat available for classic awards.

 

Had to travel separately to Mrs and Miss 11sjw late last year / early this year for a Classic J award into CX.  A few dummy attempts showed that only two seats were available for that cabin when booked (app 360 days out). Thankfully offering flat bed seats offset the "You two will be travelling without me" issue!! :-)

11sjw

Member since 11 Mar 2012

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Sorry should've added that the CX flights were booked through QFF.

obanpointer

Qantas - Qantas Frequent Flyer

Member since 08 Jun 2014

Total posts 308

Why bother. My son slept fine in the bassinet the till 24 months. At least he was locked in and couldn't escape. Now we have a trip on cx in j and he has his own seat.  I am dreading it, have you seen what a 3 year old can do to noise cancelling headphones in under 15 seconds?  If u are serious about booking your angel a seat perhaps you should call qantas?

watson374

Qantas - Qantas Frequent Flyer

Member since 17 Aug 2012

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Have you seen what I could do with orange juice in two seconds? :P

Doubleplatinum Banned

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Member since 07 Feb 2013

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Hope not

riley

Virgin Australia - Velocity Rewards

Member since 19 Mar 2014

Total posts 358

an infant in first would turn heads, at the very least!

I read some time ago that Etihad's A380 service will include a specially trained hosty that works as a nanny. I wonder if that doubles as a day care service?

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