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    Maestro on an airplane?

    How is the Maestro on a plane? Does it allow for the tray to come down for the child to use it? Would you use the Maestro, Roundabout 50 or a Marathon (new gen).
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    Re: Maestro on an airplane?

    I'd definitely take the Maestro of those 3 - lighter weight to carry and not up on a base which means more room for legs if the seat in front gets reclined. I don't think it will allow the tray all the way down, I think the only seat that does is the Radian. (although I've seen threads/comments about removing the cup holders on the Maestro, not sure how difficult that is or if it would help).
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