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harder to travel with young kids?

  1. #9
    ssheng is offline Registered User
    Join Date
    Jun 2009
    Kowloon Station
    We just bought a sit-n-stroll; didn't realize you couldn't use it on Cathay, which is a shame. Which airlines can you use it on then?

  2. #10
    Sleuth is offline Registered User
    Join Date
    Jan 2006
    Fo Tan
    Cathay has a policy which prohibits the sit-n-stroll if strictly enforced. Imagine Dragon has the same.
    Doesn't work well in newer planes with the air bag seat belts.
    Qantas has no problem with it. Korean has always been fine with it.
    It is becoming an adventure every flight though.
    I ran into the factory reps the other day and gave them a list of concerns, not sure how seriously they took me, though.

  3. #11
    blingdiva is offline Registered User
    Join Date
    Nov 2008
    Hong Kong
    We used the Sit n Stroll for our trip to the USA, it was fantastic, we were very comfortable and so was our little one!! and we did fly Asiana which is the most child friendly airline I've been on. For older children they can arrange a car seat so you don't have to bring your own but we had the sit n stroll with us, mom travelling with babies get priority when checking in! very baby friendly!

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