child waving out plane window

So, are you wondering how to use Flyaway Kids Bed on board your flight?

Relax, it’s super easy to inflate, and your kids will be playing comfortably and sleeping soundly in no time.


A little preparation goes a long way to ensuring a stress-free flight. And nobody wants to unpack a new product and wonder how it works - even if you have 12 hours in a plane to figure it out!

Quick to inflate

Inflate Flyaway Kids Bed to test it out before you fly, and leave it inflated overnight to air-out.

Don’t forget to pack Flyaway Kids Bed in your carry-on luggage or you’ll be hunting for it during your flight.

And Flyaway Kids Bed is designed with Security Checks in mind: it doesn’t contain any metal parts, and the pump is transparent so it can't conceal liquids.So inflate Flyaway Kids Bed to test it out before you fly, and leave it inflated overnight to air-out.

Book the right seats

Make sure you've booked a window seat or the centre of a row of 3 or 4, and don't use it for take-off or landing.

You can use 2 products next to each other (window + middle seat or center seats of a row of 3 or 4).

Flyaway Kids Bed can also be used at bulk-head seats.

Areas for using Flyaway Kids Bed on the plane


See Flyaway Kids Bed in action

Easy to carry on

Quick to inflate

Perfect for sleep!



Once the plane is cruising and the seatbelt sign is off, set up your Flyaway Kids Bed. First, move the seatbelt out of the way.

The bed’s adjustable design fits all economy, premium economy, business, first and bulkhead seats.

Inflate via Valve 1, then inflate the top compartment via Valve 2. Tuck any extra material between the bed and the seat back for comfort.

Use only Valves 1 and 2 for inflation. Valve 3 is a pressure relief valve that prevents over-inflation and automatically adjusts pressure. Airlines love this feature!

Ensure your child wears their seatbelt: around the waist when sitting, or around the chest and under the arms when lying down. During turbulence, they must sit with the seatbelt fastened around their waist.

The person in front can recline normally since the bed releases air if compressed. However, avoid letting your child sleep with their head towards the tray table to prevent bumps.

In an emergency, cabin crew will instruct you to deflate the bed using the quick release valves, which work in seconds.

Avoid placing laptops or heat-releasing items on the bed, and keep sharp objects away to prevent punctures. Supervise children at all times, and don't let them jump on the bed.

Enjoy your flight!