A little pond isn’t the only thing you can get for your little one’s sleep when you travel.
The Hindustan Times reported that when the new Indian Air Force-manufactured Airlander baby seats were introduced in July, the military had to find a way to get them onto airplanes.
“The Airlander Airlander is designed for a small child, who has a lot of needs and is in need of comfort and support,” a press release said.
While the Airlander seats are meant to be used by older children, they can also be used for children ages three to five.
The Airlanders seats have an integrated headrest that rests in a cushioned seat that has a pillow in front of the child.
The cushion has been designed to support the child’s head and neck during transport.
The seats also have a padded chest area and can fold up for storage.
These are the first baby seats to be available in India, with plans to roll out more over time.
The Airland Kids can be purchased on Amazon and Amazon.com.