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    Senior Community Member Dillipop's Avatar
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    Sep 2005
    I've flown with britax marathons rear and forward facing, a snugride 35 rearfacing, an evenflow rearfacing and forward facing, and a sunshine kids (now Diono) forward facing. I've never had a problem fitting any of them.

    I prefer my kids to be in seats in the plane. They know when their harness is on, they aren't allowed out of their seats. Just like in a car. They sleep better in their own seats an it makes the whole experience easier for me. I actually like having a seat next to me that I can lean on and sleep. And if I'm traveling alone with the kids, I know they won't get up and cause trouble if j have to run to the bathroom. As it negates the worry that the seat may get damaged or not make it to our destination and that I won't be out the cost of our seats- since those little gate heck tags have a little waiver on them that the airline isn't responsible for damage.

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