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INFOGRAPH: Child restraining systems for airplanes and buses


Although the use of child restraining systems is not obligatory when using other means of transport such as airplanes and buses, it is true to say that children travel much more safely when they do use them but only when they are correctly adapted to their age and weight.

We can use our own CRS, so long as it can be correctly fixed to the airplane or bus seat, or you can purchase a CARES harness which, when fixed to the back of the seat, provides an even better method of restraint.

In the following info graph we demonstrate the different methods of restraining a child according to their age and weight, when travelling by both airplane and by bus.


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