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    Flying with a Radian

    Will I need a seat belt extender? I'm installing it forward facing on a Boeing 757.
    Tanya: mommy to 5 girls Mara20, Nikka 14, Lena 11(Incognito) Caira 9(SK Monterey) and Nola 2 1/2 (FOONF, Diono Radian RXT & BLVD 70 G3)

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    No. I just lift up the cover to guide it through and pull it tight.
    Mama to Baby Girl N - two years old
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    Re: Flying with a Radian

    Thank you.
    Tanya: mommy to 5 girls Mara20, Nikka 14, Lena 11(Incognito) Caira 9(SK Monterey) and Nola 2 1/2 (FOONF, Diono Radian RXT & BLVD 70 G3)

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    How long is your flight?

    Just FYI, the radian sits super upright on the plane. When we aren't in take off or landing, I usually recline the plane seat just a bit, and recline the radian to give my daughter a more comfortable sitting/sleeping angle. This is a parental decision but I wanted to throw it out there. :-)
    Mama to Baby Girl N - two years old
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    Re: Flying with a Radian

    Thanks for the info! Our first flight is Boston to Miami(3.5 hours). Then Miami to Montego Bay is about 1.5 hours. That advice is very much appreciated
    Tanya: mommy to 5 girls Mara20, Nikka 14, Lena 11(Incognito) Caira 9(SK Monterey) and Nola 2 1/2 (FOONF, Diono Radian RXT & BLVD 70 G3)

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