Approved child’s car seats on board Condor

An EU ruling on the securing of infants (children under 2 years) in aircraft has been in force since July 16, 2008. According to the provisions set out under this directive, infants are to be secured either via a loop belt or via child safety seats.
Condor recommends particularly for infants the use of an approved child safety seat during the flight. Kindly note that you have to book a seat for the child concerned, which we naturally offer at a reduced price. On board, certain specific seats are designed to accommodate child safety seats. If you wish to use your child safety seat on board, kindly register it with us in good time (at least 48 hours prior to departure). When registering the child safety seat with us, we require the following details - the standard or code number of the seat, the seat dimensions, your flight data and the age of the child as well as the first names and surnames of the accompanying passengers. Please note that a seat reservation for which a fee is charged must be made for at least 2 people (infant/child plus accompanying adult). Non-registered child safety seats will not be allocated dedicated seats without a prior booking, and carriage in the cabin may be refused.

  • Qualification procedure for child restraint systems for use in aircraft in accordance with TÜV Doc.: TÜV/958-01/2001
    • Child safety seats that have been licensed and appropriately coded by the relevant authorities of a given EU member state, the FAA (aviation authority in the USA) or Transport Canada (on the basis of a national technical standard) for exclusive use in aircraft.
    • Child safety seats that have been licensed pursuant to the UN standard ECE R 44, -03 or a later version for use in motor vehicles.
    • Child safety seats that have been licensed pursuant to the Canadian standard CMVSS 213/213.1 for use in motor vehicles and aircraft.
    • Child safety seats that have been licensed pursuant to the US American standard FMVSS no. 213 for use in motor vehicles and aircraft and have been manufactured in accordance with this standard on or after 26 February 1985. US-licensed child restraint systems that were manufactured after this date must carry a sticker with the following text in red:
      1) “THIS CHILD RESTRAINT SYSTEM CONFORMS TO ALL APPLICABLE FEDERAL MOTOR VEHICLE SAFETY STANDARDS“ and
      2) “THIS RESTRAINT IS CERTIFIED FOR USE IN MOTOR VEHICLES AND AIRCRAFT”.

Child safety seats must be licensed for securing via two-point belts (lap belts). Moreover, kindly note that the child safety seat to be used on board our aircraft may not exceed the following dimensions:

Width 43 cm (16,9 inch) x depth of support base 45 cm (17,7 inch) x height 68 cm (26,7 inch).

We apologize for any inconvenience caused due to the fact that we as a general rule may only permit the use of such child safety seats on board. Should a seat fail to comply with these requirements, our flight attendants are entitled to refuse the use of the seat concerned and stow it separately in the hold. In such cases, infants are secured via a loop belt or via lap holding on the lap of the accompanying adult. No refund for the cost of the infant’s own seat is possible in such cases.

Examples of suitable child restraint systems

Manufacturer

Product name

Age group

ECE no.

Bébé Confort

Pebble

0+

4443817

Concord

Ion   

0+

4301192

Eitel Chicco

Luftikid

I/II

   30005

Kiddy

Comfort Pro

I/II/III

4301221

Kiddy

Cruisefix Pro

II/III

4301254

Kiddy

Discovery Pro

II/III

4301221

Kiddy

Energy Pro

I

4301262

Kiddy

Guardian Pro

I/II/III

4301221

Kiddy

Guardian Pro 2

I/II/III

4301221

Kiddy

Phoenix Pro

I

4301262

Maxi Cosi

citi (SPS)

0+

04443518 (SPS)

Maxi Cosi

Mico

0+

3443001

Maxi Cosi

Pebble

0+

4443817

Römer*

Baby Safe Plus/B06

0+

3301146

Römer*

Baby Safe Plus SHR

0+

4301146

Römer

Eclipse

I

   40149

Römer*

King Quickfix

I

3301122

Storchenmühle

Maximum

0

3301130

* Additional information for the Römer King Quickfix child seat: The Römer King Quickfix with approval number 3301122 is now no longer made. Should you own this type of seat and want to take it on board, you must first modernize the child seat. To do this, you need to order the label, the belt retractor and the accompanying use instructions under item no. 14750380, as a complete set, from a specialty store for children's products, or from any ADAC office.
Additional information for the Römer Baby Safe Plus: The new Römer Baby Safe Plus with approval number 3301146, bears the label "for use in aircraft". If you own an older model of the Römer Baby Safe Plus, you can modernize this for use in the aircraft. To do this, you must order the "for use in aircraft" label (with TÜV-ID-NO.: 9811400300) with item number 1023026, and the accompanying use instructions with item number 1906601, from a specialty store for children's products or from any ADAC office.