what seat?


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We are going to Toronto with my oldest, she is five and a half, flying private. We don't really need a seat on the plane, but since space will be at a premium we may have to use one. The Toronto traffic scares the crap out of me. She is in a booster seat full time, but is still within the limits of her Frontier. Would you take a booster, or use her Frontier, and use it while seated on the plane? We will be having a private driver, I believe in an SUV, or possibly a van, but the start of this trip will be in a limo, I know that in her seat, of any kind she needs to face the front of the limo. Any ideas of how to do this? We will be doing a lot of shopping while there, and walking would you take a light weight stroller for her, since she has short legs, and doesn't really enjoy walking long distances a lot. I have a Peg stroller, that folds down nicely, and that she will fit into fine. We are also doing Canada Wonderland while we are there.

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I'd take the Frontier. Otherwise you wouldn't have a seat for her since you can't use a booster on the plane, and there likely wouldn't be much room to store it on the plane (depending of course what type of plane).


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I am sorry I don't know for sure, it is a private business jet, I know the company, but I am actually not at liberty to mention who's jet it is. I am sorry.
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