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    List of FAA approved seats that will actually fit in those tiny airline seats

    I know our YDD's Marathon will work. I'm assuming our ODD's Frontier will not. (???) We just ordered a Raindian (80) for MIL. Maybe we should take that? Other suggestions? I will be flying w/the two of them all day.

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    Re: List of FAA approved seats that will actually fit in those tiny airline seats

    This isn't a list, but the Radian is a fantastic airplane seat when used FF. It's easy to install, is narrow enough that it doesn't crowd the person in the adjacent seat, and allows kiddo to still use the tray table. I would just make sure that it will install well in whatever vehicle you're using at your destination--there is a thread somewhere that lists successful Radian installs. Most of the issues have been with a seatbelt, so if you are able to use LATCH, it *shouldn't* be a problem.

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    Re: List of FAA approved seats that will actually fit in those tiny airline seats

    The Frontier is FAA approved so I'd assume it will fit fine.
    Dana
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