Inflatable SeatBed Travel Pillow with built-in pump 60% off
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Worrying Your Kid Going For Long Haul Flight?
Our inflatable seatbed travel pillow is a perfect solution for your kid's long haul flight. It turns the airplane seat to a bed for your child. It also can be adjusted to lower level as a footrest or a seat while travelling outdoor.
Unlike other inflatable pillow, it has built-in pump to inflate. NO more using unhygienic mouth to blow method or a separate pump.
It's easy to compress and pack into the bag. The bag also can be used as a pillow base cover.
Inflated Dimension: 41cm x 25cm x 47cm Bag Dimension: 20.5cm x 28cm Weight: approximately 450g
Pillow Material: Flocking PVC
Cleaning method: Wipe with wet cloth
This inflatable pillow has been accepted for use on most major international airlines. It should be used with following condition:
Only inflate and used when the plane has reached a cruising altitude.
Do not used during taxi, takeoff and landing.
It should be used on the window seats or on the middle seat of the center row.
The child's seatbelt is fastened at all times. You can request an infant extender belt if needed.
List of Official Approved Airlines to use this pillow:
ANA Air Japan AirAsia Japan Aegean Airlines Air Asia Air India Air Vanuatu Alaska Airlines Alliance Airlines American Airlines ANA Austrian Airlines Cathay Dragon Cathay Pacific Cebu Pacific
China Airlines China Eastern China Southern Easy Jet Etihad Airways Eva Air FlyBe Garuda Indonesia Iceland Air Japan Airlines Jet2 JetBlue KLM Royal Dutch Airlines Lufthansa Malaysia Airlines Norwegian Air
Oman Air Peach Aviation Philippine Airlines Royal Jordanian Airlines Scandinavian Airlines Scoot Silk Air Singapore Airlines Southwest Thompson Air Vanilla Air Vietnam Airlines Virgin (America) Virgin Australia WestJet
Your airline is not in the list? You can contact them directly.
Cabin crew strives to ensure that all passengers are safe during the flight. Thus, your airline cabin crew will make the final decision as to whether or not a product can be allowed on board.