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FAA, after years of cajoling from NTSB, will require that children younger than two years be secured in FAA-approved child safety seats when traveling on commercial airlines. US airlines typically permit such children to ride on their parents' laps.

FAA rejected a rulemaking in the past out of fear that parents would choose to drive rather than fly if required to purchase a seat for a small child. …

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