Infant Airplane Seat - Flyebaby Airplane Baby Comfort System - Air Travel with Baby Made Easy
- 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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When not on a plane, the Flyebaby will act as a useful highchair at restaurants and other public places, easily attaching to any chair.
Top Customer Reviews
The safest way for a baby to travel on an airplane is in a carseat. If you can't afford to buy a seat for your baby (which are usually half-price), try to fly at a less-busy time, when there might be empty seats on the airplane. Then try to request your seats early, online if possible. If traveling with a companion, book an aisle and a window seat, leaving the middle seat empty. Single travers are unlikely to choose a middle seat for themselves, so that seat will likely stay empty and you will have a seat in which to put your carseat! Additionally or alternatively, when you check in (early, if possible), tell the agent that you are traveling with a lap child and ask if they have any empty seats they can block off for your baby. They are usually happy to do that for the sake of everyone's comfort and safety. That way you won't have to worry about anyone taking the empty seat next to you, and you can bring your car seat onboard, giving your baby their own safe and comfy place, and you a free lap! If this fails and the flight fills up, you can gate-check your carseat and they will have it waiting for you in the jetway when you arrive. Also remember that carseats always have to be at the WINDOW seat so that they cannot block anyone's rapid egress in an emergency.Read more ›
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.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This is a good product to have, if you are 100% sure you are going to have enough room to place your baby, between yourself and the seatback in front of you. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Ricangirl86
I used this item when I travel with my baby for the first time. Luckily my baby was smaller than the suggested baby standard. Otherwise the item would it not have worked. Read morePublished 2 months ago by kimberly
not allowed on the plane as it says plane safe they should have checked with the airlinesPublished 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
I bought it to use on long flights from USA to Singapore. However, my 9 month old baby was too tall for it, even though she is rather small sized for her age (10 percentile in... Read morePublished 3 months ago by jellybeano
Horrible product. It was difficult to attach to the tray, was too large once attached because the aisle was too compact. Read morePublished 3 months ago by BestMommyEvr
Difficult to put on the tray table if you are also holding baby! But love the product!!Published 3 months ago by bw