Yes, The Orbit Baby Toddler Car Seat is certified for use on aircraft.
The Orbit Baby Toddler Car Seat is certified for use in aircraft when used with the Side Impact Braces and without the Orbit Baby car seat base and is labeled as such on the car seat side label in red lettering. 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. Always contact the airline about their car seat policy before traveling and follow their guidelines for car seat use.
Tips For using the car seat with your child on an aircraft :
- Reserve a separate aircraft seat for your child and the car seat.
- Contact the airline in advance to be sure this car seat complies with their specific requirements, and to check whether they will provide discounted tickets for children.
- Familiarize yourself before the flight with the appropriate Installing the Car Seat: With Vehicle Belt section of this manual, watch installation videos and read FAQ’s on our website, and practice the installation at home.
- Ensure your manual is in the pocket of the rear access panel on the back of your car seat for your reference.
- Bulkhead seats or business class seats are preferred, as they have more room in front of them.
- Install your car seat in a window seat to avoid blocking egress from the row.
- Take advantage of pre-boarding for families with children. The extra time will help to get the car seat installed securely.
More information about flying with children can be found on the FAA's website.