The Orbit Baby Infant Car Seat is certified for use in aircraft when installed on its own WITHOUT the car seat base. It cannot be used with the car seat base. Most airlines in the U.S. and Canada will allow the use of a car seat that is labeled as an approved child restraint for aircraft use.
For instructions on how to install the infant car seat in an airplane check the car seat owner’s manual.
Orbit Baby Infant Car Seats are certified for use in an aircraft when used without the Infant Car Seat Base and is labeled as such in red on the car seat side label. Most airlines in the U.S. will allow the use of a car seat that is labeled as an approved child restraint for aircraft use, as it is the safest place for your child to travel in an airplane. Always contact the airline about their car seat policy before traveling, and follow their guidelines for car seat use. Please refer to your manual for car seat installation on the airplane. Or contact us with any questions regarding safety or installation.
Visit the FAA's webpage for more details.