Much information has been stressed to support the importance of having a toddler car seat to ensure that our children are safely buckled up inside our cars. However, the use of an infant car seat stroller is not limited to cars alone. Nowadays, it has been advised by the Federal Aviation Administration or FAA to bring car seats on a flight. As long as you and your child are travelling in a moving vehicle, then proper restraints – car seats for children – are highly recommended.
To check if your car seat is safe to use onboard a plane, check whether it has an FAA approved sticker. If you are worried that the sticker has worn off, you can always check the car seat’s manual or search it online. Since a car seat will mean that you will have to pay for another seat, call your airline to see if they offer an affordable infant fare. You should also check the dimension of your car seat and the aircraft’s seat before booking your flight. This information can be found by checking online and by calling the airline.
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