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    Car seat for air plane

    Hello my family and I are moving to thailand in 3 months the same month our Raiden expires. We have a 7 year old 5 year old and what will be a 7 month old who is currently using a graco snug ride 35 car seat. My question is would the baby be more comfortable in the graco infant seat or the radian. Our radian is an older model that doesn't have the drop down recline it had an attachment that we discarded as we weren't planning on having more kids. What would you ladies do use the graco the old radian or update our old radian? We will be on united airline if that makes a difference

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    Admin - CPS Technician LISmama810's Avatar
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    Nov 2007

    Re: Car seat for air plane

    Hi there!

    I'd definitely use the Snugride. Your baby needs to be rear-facing, and the Snugride will fit on the plane much more easily than the Radian. The Radian can't be used without the rear-facing foot, so you'd need to get another one if you wanted to use it.

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