Virgin Australia has become the first airline to allow children’s sleeping devices on flights.
Following a safety assessment, the airline announced it will allow Plane Pal, Fly Tot and JetKids Bedbox to be used on board.
"We know that travelling with kids can be a stressful experience and we want to make it as smooth as possible for the families that fly with us," Virgin Australia General Manager Inflight Experience Tash Tobias said in a statement.
There are a couple of conditions, though. The devices can only be used in a window seat or in the middle seat situated in the centre section. The products aren’t suitable for exit rows. The weight will also be included as part of your 7kg baggage allowance.
"We recognise the importance of your kids getting some extra rest on a flight as it can make a world of difference when you arrive at your destination.
"These popular comfort items have been reviewed by our team of safety experts against our high safety standards and we're pleased to say that we've been able to give the seal of approval to three of the most popular items."
The news comes after multiple airlines banned the products earlier this year.
This article originally appeared on Better Homes and Gardens.