Aircraft Seat Belt Extenders Unable to go up in your buddy's plane because the belts don't fit? Or dislike having to ask the flight crew for an extender every time you fly? Well, the SkyGeek selection of personal aircraft seat belt extenders is your solution! Checking with your airline or pilot first will ensure you bring the correct extender to match the aircrafts seat belt type.
The Type A seatbelt extender is by far the most common seatbelt extender type. It is used in the following major airlines: JetBlue, ATA, Delta, Continental, TWA, NWA, US Airways, United Airlines and many more.
The Type B seatbelt extender is specifically used for Southwest Airlines, Turkish Airlines and many business jets.
The Type C seatbelt extender is used on Alaska Airlines aircraft (also note some of their aircraft might use Type A seatbelts) and can be found on some older commuter planes.
The Type D seatbelt extender is used predominantly in Cessna and Gulfstream jets, but can be found in helicopters, private planes and commuter aircraft.
The Type E/6 seatbelt extension is for use in many Gulfstream, Falcon, Cessna and Challenger aircraft.