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    It looks like we are going to be renting a minivan with isofix in England for our trips instead of using MIL Car. So opens up my options. Been debating over G4 britax or Peg for Dd2, which would double as DD1 travel seat (CCO for Dd2). Peg easy on airplane? Pros/cons to britax? Thanks!

    Can either rear face in a Boeing 767-300? It's the big extended range one with 7 seats across and 2 aisles
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    I have on Southwest FF. It's kinda a PITA to lug onto the plane (like Britax is) and really needs a seatbelt extender FF so the belt doesn't get stuck. Other than that, it's fine. It probably would fit RF on a big plane, but I don't RF on a plane after 1 so I don't actually know.
    Peg will usually last longer than G4.
    Kate // CPST, SK Senior Checker, & Mom to M (12/2010)

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    Re: Flying with a Peg convertible

    Quote Originally Posted by creideamh View Post
    I have on Southwest FF. It's kinda a PITA to lug onto the plane (like Britax is) and really needs a seatbelt extender FF so the belt doesn't get stuck. Other than that, it's fine. It probably would fit RF on a big plane, but I don't RF on a plane after 1 so I don't actually know.
    Peg will usually last longer than G4.
    Thanks. I was just thinking to rear face on the 10 hr night flight! Does the britax need a seat belt extender too?

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    It has a nice recline FF - DD slept for 3 hours in it on the plane.
    IIRC, no, the black shells don't need extenders, only the classics because the belt path is closed.
    Kate // CPST, SK Senior Checker, & Mom to M (12/2010)

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