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  • Family, Travel, Wine & Art

    June 6, 2012

    We probably traveled with our first born on about 16 flights before we got the CARES straps. I had to have someone come and take the airplane seat apart in order to get the car seat released at least three … Continue reading

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  • Delicious Baby Journal

    Here is a picture of E asleep on our flight from Madrid back home to to Seattle. He’s wearing a CARES seat harness. The harness is FAA approved, easy to set up, weighs only a pound, and has made getting … Continue reading

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  • Daily Grommet

    Well, the good news is once baby is 1 (and between 22 and 44 pounds), the car seat struggle is over. CARES (Child Aviation Restraint System) is an FAA-approved safety harness that fits on any airline seat. It weighs only … Continue reading

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  • Children’s Neurobiological Solutions

    Traveling, especially air travel through airports, security and plane aisles, turns into a backbreaking experience when you have to haul around a heavy, awkward car seat for your child and safety is our top priority, so we do it. But … Continue reading

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  • Busy Mamas

    I just came across this incredible product, CARES (“child aviation restraint system”). It is a harness type safety device that is approved by the FAA to keep children safe while flying. The restraint attaches to the back of the airplane … Continue reading

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  • AOL Travel Canada

    Ah, the hassles of flying with kids. Lugging bulky (and heavy) car seats on board and trying to fit them into ever-narrower airline seats, then struggling with your own carry-on case. And all the while the line of boarding passengers … Continue reading

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  • Alpha +Mom

    Forget about schlepping through the airport with a carseat for your older baby or toddler ~Alpha Mom

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  • A Madison Mom

    This was the first time we had to buy Zoe a seat. She’s flown quite a few times already… but not with her own purchased seat. We’ve either held her on our laps… or lucked out and had an empty … Continue reading

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  • Momtrends

    Between AmSafe’s knowledge and Louise’s dedication, CARES garnered FAA approval. CARES is the first and only alternative to a car seat permitted on planes. The certification gives parents the right to use CARES on all US airlines for all phases … Continue reading

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  • Punta Cana Mom

    Rather than take a car seat onboard our flight to Punta Cana, we took the CARES flight harness system for our two-year old. This FAA-approved flight harness is easy to use, light-weight (just one pound), takes up little room in … Continue reading

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