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    I guess I'll give it a shot, worst case scenario I'll have to take it off. I think I'll use the ergo over the sleepy wrap as it'll be easier to take on and off

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    I've found it depends on the individual security officer. Coming through adelaide airport recently, I was allowed to leave bub in carrier. But only a few weeks before, I'd had to take her out.

    There doesn't even seem to be a standard policy in place. Baby wearing in airports is so much easier though, even if you have to take then out at security.

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    I've worn my ergo through 6-7 times, I always offer to take baby out but they always say don't worry about it

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    I can't remember whether I ever had any problem with my sling in airports. I've never come across a security officer who hasn't been understanding about kids though. They all still give me the option to carry DD through or let her walk by herself.

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    Always had to take him out

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    I have found it depends on the person at security. Some make me take it off and others don't. A couple didnt make me if he was asleep.

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    I had to take dd out of the sling through security. And just in case you were thinking of baby wearing on the plane... they only allow upright carriers like ergo etc in the seat belt. I had to take dd out of the sling for take off and landing. I wish I knew. I would've taken my ergo.

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    Every airport ive been through has made me take him off. Whether it was a buckle or a woven. Very frustrating.

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    Bugger indigo!

    Thanks tamtam, glad I will at least be able to wear her on the plane!

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    Just thought I'd update and let you know jetstar wouldn't let me wear the ergo on the plane such a pain in the bum!


 

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