Device to Protect Children While Flying is Taking Off

The Arizona Republic reports AmSafe Aviation has sold more than 1,500 Child Aviation Restraint Systems since the Federal Aviation Administration approved the device last month. The system, designed by a former Department of Transportation assistant secretary, is similar to a harness. It connects to an airplane seat belt and fits around the back of an airplane seat.

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