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Infant Airplane Seat - Flyebaby Airplane Baby Comfort System - Air Travel with Baby Made Easy

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  • Compliant with all FAA regulations
  • Easily attaches to the seat in front of you and around your waist, yet safe with front seat movement
  • Hammock and Harness will convert any chair to a hi-chair outside of flights making it perfect for all travel
  • Allows for face to face interaction.
  • The perfect way to travel with baby outside of Taxiing, Takeoff, or landing
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Technical Details
Item Weight15.2 ounces
Product Dimensions8.7 x 5.1 x 3.9 inches
OriginImported (China)
UPC705105428956
  
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ASINB002SMZS32
Best Sellers Rank #2,679 in Baby (See top 100)
Shipping Weight5 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  
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Infant Airplane Seat - Flyebaby Airplane Baby Travel Comfort System - Air Travel with Baby Made Easy: Flybaby is the true must-have when traveling with an infant or baby. There is no fun holding an infant for the duration of a flight. Once in the air (not during taxiing, takeoff, or landing) just place the infant in the Flyebaby and your precious cargo will be happy and safe the entire flight. And, a head safety line is clearly visible so no matter what the seat in front of you does during flight, your baby will be safe and happy.
When not on a plane, the Flyebaby will act as a useful highchair at restaurants and other public places, easily attaching to any chair.


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I am 5'9" and not very petite, so my 5 month old is also pretty long.
Brooke Feagin
Even if you baby's head is below the marked line, If the person in front of you reclines their seat it might squish your baby's head!
Patricia Mccall
Go on the FAA website (FAA.gov) to the list of FAA approved child restraints, nowhere does it list this product!!!
Kathleen

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145 of 150 people found the following review helpful By Zhandra on August 28, 2010
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I bought this for a trip across the country with my 8-month old, and it has since proved extremely useful in all kinds of instances.

Airplane use:
My only real complaint about this product is that there is no maximum height given online, it simply indicated there is a line on the tag. So you have no way of knowing if your child is too tall until you actually order it and have the FlyeBaby and your baby in front of you. This isn't a big issue however, because there is only a height limit for use on a plane, not for its many other uses.
My daughter is in the 97th percentile for height at 30 inches tall, and her head came up a good 2.5 inches past the line. I would only really recommend this to lay a baby in on a plane for 6 months and under. However this was still useful on the plane for us. What I did was install it as described in the directions, then I sat cross-legged and sat my daughter upright on my lap facing me. Basically the FlyeBaby served as a little extra support and reassurance that my daughter wasn't going to fall backwards off my lap. It also gave her an even surface to sit on. I did not lay her back on it, as her head would have been pretty much touching the tray table, and that is a big safety issue. Last thing you need is a little bit of turbulence and baby hitting their head.

Use on a chair:
This product proved so extremely helpful on our trip. We didn't have any of my daughter's usual 'gadgets' with us (exersaucer, bumbo seat, walker, high chair etc etc), so this was invaluable to give us a place to secure her. It rolls up super small so I was able to toss it in the diaper bag and quickly install it on chairs at the hotel, in restaurants etc and give her both a place to eat and a place to play.
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187 of 202 people found the following review helpful By Kathleen on November 18, 2013
Let me begin by saying that I am a 19 year Flight Attendant...THIS product IS NOT ALLOWED to be used on ANY aircraft and IS NOT approved by the FAA for use on any aircraft. The information states that it is "compliant" with FAA regulations...it says nothing about being FAA approved, which it would have to in order to be used on an airplane (we are required to check devices for a particular label that tells us it is FAA approved we are also subject to a personal fine if we break any FAA regulations...allowing use of this device would fall into that category). It is wrong in SO many ways...Just think about it...this could cause more injury to the child...if the infant is held by the parent, in turbulence, the person holding the child will more than likely hold on tighter...with this device the child will go flying out...also, when the person in front reclines their seat, it can cause injury to the child...and that little "hook" that it is attached to? Well guess what...that is not there to hang anything on...that is just the way it is designed...(and it is going to change because people are hanging things on them and we see more broken ones every day. Tray tables are certainly not designed to hold the weight of an infant). Go on the FAA website (FAA.gov) to the list of FAA approved child restraints, nowhere does it list this product!!! But it will list all approved restraints... Any Flight Attendant who allows this device to be used, is not doing their job properly and does care about your (or your child's) safety. Unfortunately, we do have some Flight Attendants who do not care about or pay attention to what's going on in the cabin...if you want to buy it for other uses, it might be ok...BUT PLEASE...on behalf of your child and all of us Safety Professionals who care about your child's safety...don't even THINK about bringing it on an airplane? I give this negative 10 stars...
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76 of 89 people found the following review helpful By Patricia Mccall on June 11, 2011
When I first came across this product on Amazon I thought it was the miracle I was hoping for. I often travel abroad (12 hour long flights) alone with an infant ON LAP. Not so much.... Here is why:

1- It's hard to set it up with the infant already on your lap (again I travel alone).
2- Even if you baby's head is below the marked line, If the person in front of you reclines their seat it might squish your baby's head! It happened to me twice and made me VERY NERVOUS the whole flight.
3- Even if your baby is small enough to fit in this seat, once the person ahead of you reclines their seat, the space in front of you becomes very tight and uncomfortable for you and baby.

A tip for those flying with INFANTS ON LAP: I found that just putting a flat standard size pillow across my lap made things much more confortable. Baby can sleep on the pillow and you can still have your hands free during the flight. Also some planes offer the option of having a bassinet hooked to the wall on bulkhead seats. I have also seen some couples lay a baby basket/travel bassinet across their feet on bulkhead seats. Just a thought!

Anyways... for an airplane seat it did not work for me. But as a high chair harness it works great!
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14 of 18 people found the following review helpful By exotic on October 6, 2013
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I couldn't reall figure it out on how to use it well.Then the flight attendant asked me not to use it.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Nicoleta Mitroi on February 16, 2014
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I bought this as a gift for my friend who's said that she loves it and finds it useful. Great color.
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43 of 64 people found the following review helpful By hillaryk on July 1, 2012
Thought this would be great for flying, but it wasn't. First trip the airline wouldn't let us use it. Showed them something saying it wasn't prohibited legally and got told that didn't mean *they* had to let us use it. Fair call. Next flight, better luck! Set it up, put the baby in it and got ready for a nice flight...until the guy in front of us put his seat back and smacked the baby on the head. The safety advice about making sure to let the person in front know you're using it is rubbish. I really regret using it. Hope others have better luck. I think the first airline had the right idea.

Last flight I had with my baby I was sat in a seat with a tray table that kept flipping itself open, so *very* glad I didn't use it then! In hindsight it doesn't seem appealling. I'm relying on the stranger in front of me and a random tray table latch to keep my baby safe?? It must have been baby brain that made me think it'd be a good idea in the first place.

Positives? The fabric was nice I guess. If you have a tiny baby, pick an airline on the basis of who has the strongest tray table security with seats that don't recline and use it I bet it'd be fantastic.
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