CoziGo is not only one of the best stroller covers on the market, it's also the first product in the world to practically address the issues of getting a baby to sleep whilst on an airplane. CoziGo is a pop-up sleep cover that easily attaches to airline bassinets and all types of strollers - it blocks out 97% of light and movement, it's 100% breathable and provides your baby with a cosy, distraction-free environment so that your baby can sleep easily no matter where you are! A baby's sleep routine is so important and we all know that a sleeping baby is a happy baby and a happy baby means a happy parent!
Using CoziGo will promote a deeper, longer sleep. Babies naturally stir in 45 minute sleep cycles – when there are no distractions to look at and catch their eye, your baby will naturally fall in to the next cycle and stay in comfortable slumber. CoziGo helps baby to sleep whilst flying - it is the perfect sleeping aid for Air Travel.
CoziGo is made from a woven fabric with many holes and is 100% breathable. CoziGo provides a well-ventilated environment within prams, strollers and inflight bassinets.
CoziGo fabric has been tested in a respected testing laboratory for air-permeability and breathability and provides a free flow of air through the fabric, addressing the potential hazard of suffocation. Mums with babies, husbands, grandparents, friends of mums with babies and toddlers can rest knowing that FlyBabee is a safe product.
CoziGo has been formally assessed and approved for use by the following airlines:
Notes from Qantas:
Other airlines: Subject to the crew of the day.
Thousands of our customers have used their CoziGo successfully on airlines from all around the world with no issue. It’s up to the crew on the day as to whether you can use it. If you are unsure, we advise that you contact the airline to check.
If questioned by crew whilst on your flight, we recommend that you explain that the CoziGo is fully breathable and has plenty of viewing points to keep an eye on the welfare of your baby. Offer to open up the zipper, once baby has gone to sleep. Explain to the crew it can be quickly removed using the easy release clip in the case of emergency and is not designed for use during take-off and landing.
If you are rejected use of your CoziGo, please let us know. It's also useful to write to the Airline to see if there's anything they can with their policy regarding the use of comfort items on their flights.
British Airways and Air New Zealand currently have chosen to not allow CoziGo on their flights. They are currently undergoing an assessment for approval. Watch this space for further updates. We have requested that Virgin Atlantic carry out an assessment and are awaiting their response. Please feel free to write to customer service appealing for a safety review of CoziGo.
There have been no reported issues on any other airline.
For other products we stock, it is up to you as the consumer to research which airlines allow the use of them.
Yes. CoziGo provides an ultra-violet radiation block of over 95% and provides good sun protection. Your baby’s skin will not burn but we recommend that you turn your pram/stroller away from direct sun and seek shade where possible. Never leave your baby unattended and check on their comfort levels regularly.
Always apply appropriate sunscreen where necessary and use other sun protection methods to keep your baby safe in the sun.
CoziGo is designed to fit most airline bassinets. There are a number of old aircraft that carry bassinets that are not appropriate to use with CoziGo. If you are unlucky enough to get a bassinet that CoziGo doesn't fit, take a photo of it and return the unit in unused condition and we will offer a full refund.