Flying with a car seat does make for extra items to carry but don't be afraid to ask for help. Also, if you plan to drive at the other end, having a car seat already will be handy. If you're flying with a newborn baby, you may prefer to use a baby carrier so you can snuggle down together, or a Moby Wrap is also another excellent idea, they come in a variety of designs and colors; it's safe and comfortable for you both. In my opinion the absolute must have item to use with your baby car seat is a "Traveling Toddler Car Seat Travel Accessory" but pay close attention it does require a car seat with latch straps. All child safety seats manufactured after 2002 must be compatible with the latch system. According to the FAA, the safest place for a child on an airplane is in an approved child safety device, not on a parents lap, but if a baby car seat is not doable Cares has been designed and tested for airplane travel for children weighing between 22 and 44 pounds, Cares uses an additional belt and shoulder harness that goes around the seat back and then attaches to the passenger lap belt to provide restraint for the upper part of the body, it is a smaller and lighter alternative to forward facing child safety seats, but remember it has been specifically designed for safe use in
Certain seats and international carriers make traveling by air a lot easier for parents and also take care of infants and babies. Laws for airline baby travel differ from one country to the other. Some European carriers do not allow infants and small babies to travel in rear-facing car seats on airplanes at all. New born babies and infants under the age of 6 months can be taken on board and carried in the lap in their parents arms.
If you plan to travel a lot with your baby, you should consider adding a baby car seat to the list of equipment you definitely need to have. Having a car seat for your baby is the only way you are going to keep your baby secure as you drive your car. Not only is it a requirement by law but it is also an investment in the safety of your child.
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