The SnugRider has a lightweight frame that weighs 12 pounds. The main idea behind this stroller was to get rid of the extra weight and bulk that accompanies regular strollers. The SnugRider exclusively carries infant car seats. More specifically, it carries the Graco SnugRide and the Graco Infant SafeSeat.
Although a baby which weighs less than 40 pounds can share an adult seat, you may find it more convenient flying with a car seat. Most airlines recommend this, particularly on a long haul flight, for the comfort and safety of both you and your baby. In the United States most car seats will have FAA approval so there certainly should not be a problem with domestic flights. To make sure you are not asked to check your child seat in as baggage you must make sure your CRS is approved and has "This restraint is certified for use in motor vehicles and aircraft" printed on it.
There are several schools of thought when it comes to breastfeeding in public. Some moms find it embarrassing and others think it's their right regardless of the embarrassment it may cause others. Some airlines won't permit it anyway, so don't forget to check what their policy is. In order to avoid embarrassment to yourself or others, wear loose clothing that you can easily release to get baby feeding and take a small blanket or towel along to cover yourself with. A Moby Wrap is a great item that can be extremely useful when breastfeeding it's safe and comfortable for you both, check out the video on this site "Great Tips for Flying with Baby". Sitting by the window and booking the seat next to you as well is also a good idea, if you're traveling alone.
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