Greater space for your trip
Enjoy the extra comfort offered by XL seats on our flights. These seats give you more space to stretch your legs and reduce flying fatigue.
Do you need more space? We offer you the option of booking 1 or 2 additional seats for maximum comfort.
You can book it through our Customer Service Call Centre.
A medical certificate is not required to travel with a leg or arm plaster cast. However, please bear in mind the time it takes fit a cast and the flight duration.
Any passengers with a plaster cast that reaches their waist or covers the entire leg must purchase the required number of seats to keep their leg elevated throughout the flight.
For flights under 2 hours
For flights under 2 hours
For security reasons, passengers are required to sit in the upright position while the plane is taxiing, during take-off, in the event of mid-flight turbulence and during landing. For passengers who cannot remain in an upright position throughout the flight, an approved safety harness must be used for air travel. For more information: firstname.lastname@example.org
Devices over 40 cm wide will not fit between the armrests, so they will not be sufficiently safe.
Passengers travelling on a stretcher or whose needs are not met by auxiliary devices will be subject to rules established for passengers on a stretcher.
The following devices will be considered acceptable on an Air Europa flight provided that they can be properly installed on the respective seat of the aircraft and the passenger signs a Release Form.
A child restraint device (CRD) or child restraint system (CRS) is considered acceptable if it consists of a safety belt extension made using the same techniques and materials as the authorised seat belts.
Air Europa accepts child restraint devices suitable for the child's age on its flights, provided that a seat has been reserved for the child on the flight. Air Europa must always give its confirmation before a child restraint device can be used on board.
The instructions must be used so that the approval labels can be checked. However, Air Europa does not guarantee the device will be successfully fit in the booked seat. If the device does not fit in the seat or cannot be securely fixed, it will be placed on the stowage compartment or in the aircraft hold.
CRDs can be used for babies/children between the ages of 6 months and 3 years. Babies under 6 months of age must be fastened using the seat belt extender.
The CRD or any of its components must not show obvious signs of damage.
Permitted fastening systems
CRDs approved for use on aircraft by the following associations and regulations will be accepted on Air Europa flights:
The following models, among others, meet the required certifications: Maxi Cosi Citi, Maxi Cosi Mico, Luftikid UNO, Luftikid DUO, Römer King QuickFix (except the Römer King QuickFix model with authorisation no. 03301122), Römer Baby Safe bzw, Storchenmühle Maximum SP.
The usage instructions for most CRDs sold in Spain contain the statement "aprobado de acuerdo con la norma ECE R 44", or "approved according to the regulation ECE R44" in English.
CRDs approved by the United States and manufactured after February 26, 1985 must bear the following statements in red letters:
i. "THIS CHILD RESTRAINT SYSTEM CONFORMS TO ALL APPLICABLE FEDERAL MOTOR VEHICLE SAFETY STANDARDS".
ii. "THIS RESTRAINT IS CERTIFIED FOR USE IN MOTOR VEHICLES AND AIRCRAFT"
The CARES (Child Aviation Restraint System) flight harness will also be allowed. It is an H-design harness authorised by the FAA that can be easily transported and is attached to a normal plane seat as a two-point safety belt.
It is approved for use by children weighing between 10 and 20 kg (22 and 44 lb), whose height is 100 cm (40 in) or under and who are able to sit upright without help. This device must bear a label indicating "Approved by the FAA in accordance with 14CFR 21,305 (d); approved only for use on aircraft".
While the width of the plane's seats varies, a CRD whose dimensions exceed 40 cm (16 in) in width (distance between armrests) probably does not fit, even if the armrests of the plane's seats are folded up completely. A device that does not fit well will not provide adequate protection for the baby/child.
Air Europa cabin crew may deny use of the CRD if it does not meet the necessary safety specifications. In this case, babies would be fastened with the seat belt extender in the lap of the accompanying adult. In this case, the additional seat will not be eligible for refund (if applicable).
Did you know that almost 25% of the population is afraid of flying? In many cases, it causes so much stress that the anxiety kicks in days before the flight.
If you're affected, we can help. Since 2009, Air Europa has been offering its "Losing Your Fear of Flying" course with a success rate of almost 98%.
The "Losing Your Fear of Flying" courses are run by Alfonso de Bertodano, a pilot with more than 28 years of experience and a Captain of Boeing 787 aircraft with over 15,000 flight hours. He is a psychologist (Licence No.: M-26714) and a fear of flying specialist. His combined knowledge of both fields, aviation and psychology, is one of the reasons why these courses are so successful.
The content is based on the most effective therapy techniques to overcome phobias and basic aviation knowledge covering every aspect of flying, operating procedures, meteorology, maintenance, and security measures used today.
You will also learn exercises to control and manage your anxiety and have the chance to put them into practice on two round trip flights.
You will implement these techniques during the flights under the supervision of psychologists and Bertodano himself, who will explain all phases of the flight and any circumstances that may arise.
The course lasts for two days and is held in Madrid, Barcelona, and Palma de Mallorca.
The price is €1,098
For further information on available courses and dates, please click here.
Items containing liquids or substances of similar consistency may be carried, with up to a maximum of 10 containers of 100 ml (1 litre in total).
Minors travelling in their own seat may use fastening devices suitable for their age, provided that they are certified and fit the seat.
Blunt, spiked or sharp objects are some of the prohibited items in the aircraft cabin. For more information please see our section on "Prohibited objects". .