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Anex e/type: I’m traveling with my infant (4 month) by airplane – which part of e/type to choose for traveling?

Nino • 23 Jan 2024

Hi, I have a question and your advice is really important for me. I’m traveling with my infant (4 month) by airplane and still don’t know which part of e/type to choose for traveling, any advices? 🤍

Eli • 24 Jan 2024

Hey, Nino,

Usually, people travel with the frame + car seat (ideally, when the car seat is a reclinable one), as they can take the car seat itself easier into any car or public transport (even in the plane). A non-reclinable, not too comfortable car seat however shouldn't be used for more than 30-60 minutes at a time, and so if you won't use the car seat itself like I described, the best part to take would be the seat unit - I mean, the chassis + the seat (in the fully reclined position for a 4 months old baby).

Lastly, as this is a larger pram, some people opt for a small travel stroller which, in your case, would need to have a lie-flat option (like the Ergobaby Metro+ or the Anex Air-Z).

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