It is a Civil Aviation Authority requirement that only customers aged 18 years and over are able to occupy the Emergency Exit Seats.
For safety reasons, these Emergency Exit seats are only available to passengers who are able bodied and of suitable size and extension seat belts can not be provided. You must have no medical conditions and, in the opinion of the cabin crew or check-in staff, have the strength and full mobility to open the Emergency Exit door.
The Foreign & Commonwealth Office have up-to-date advice on staying safe and healthy abroad.
For more on security, local laws and the latest travel information, visit the FCO
Travel Aware website or view our guide to Travel Advice and Safety.
The advice can change so check regularly for the latest updates.